Public Benefit Commitment
~ A whole new way to approach the industry ~
My Medicine Consulting and our Commitment to Public Benefit
The number of nonfarm payroll jobs in Florida grew 3.0% between November 2014 and November 2015, the third-highest growth rate in the country. The state's housing market is also recovering nicely, with housing prices rising 10.0% between Q3 2014 and Q3 2015, the fifth-highest rate among the states and DC.
Florida represents the fourth largest U.S. economy and 16th largest economy in the world. Navigating the complex terrain of it’s legislative and regulatory landscape present many challenges. Beautiful and bountiful, Florida has a proud heritage of leadership, innovation, and social justice. It is predicted that Florida will soon be the leader in all aspects of the U.S. Cannabis Industry.
There has been a fundamental change in the cultural, political and scientific appreciation of cannabis that has led to a wave of legislation and emergence of a rapidly growing legal market. This realization, while groundbreaking, carries with it a heavy debt to the social justice organizational entities working tirelessly to fix the misaligned, prohibitionist cannabis policies of the past.
Recognizing this link between the successes of both the social justice and the market development sides of the cannabis cluster, My Medicine Consulting is committed to helping local communities re-balance the scales through local development funding, social grant programs, and support of grassroots social justice movements.
In demonstrating how community-oriented medical cannabis markets may adopt the recently adopted Amentment 2, we offer a vision of the potential for a legal cannabis industry. By collaborating with all the architects and stakeholders involved, we will work to ensure upcoming regulations support our community’s interests.
Most importantly, we invite all of our clients to participate in our community development process. A percentage of profits are dedicated to improving the lives of the communities we work within, and we encourage our clients to join our efforts. Engaging in community development programs from a local, social, and environmentally conscious perspective, we can work to repair the impacts of prohibitionist policies towards cannabis.
From recognizing prison reforms, repairing environmental degradation, and addressing the infringement of civil rights, we help our clients face the diverse needs of their community while working towards a more sustainable and equitable future for all Floridians.