At first, Samson was too preoccupied to investigate. But after learning about social equity programs that prioritized residents and communities that were disproportionately affected by marijuana laws, she was intrigued.
Her location qualified for the program, but Tamika’s zip code was excluded. It seemed like a dead-end until a CCC associate informed her of another way into the industry that helps the children and spouses of formerly incarcerated people. She got her official welcome in early 2020.
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