Wanna sell some pot?

If you want to sell pot legally in Maine, now's your chance.

There are a few catches:

-you have to incorporate as a non-profit

-you have to have a place in a convenient location

-you have to agree to be one of eight legal pot dealers in the state

-you will need prior business experience, including handling inventory, quality control, security, and staffing issues (perhaps best not to tout any street-corner experience...)

-you will have to explain how your non-profit will, er, sort of make a profit, in the sense that it has to have a long-term plan

Oh - and it'll cost you $15,000 up front - but you get $14,000 back if they don't choose you.

Here's how.

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