Maine has no legal market for recreational cannabis, more than two years after it became legal.

Twenty-five years ago, Maine’s marijuana proprietors were more likely to be named in a local police blotter than the pages of Mainebiz.

But today, Patricia Rosi, CEO of Wellness Connection of Maine, proudly talks about her company’s business in medical-use cannabis, which Maine legalized in 1999.

“This is a booming industry,” she says. Wellness Connection launched in 2010, one year after the Legislature created a system of licensed dispensaries to serve the medical cannabis market. 

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