Prop. 205 giving the Arizona MEDICAL Marijuana Dispensaries the “Oligopoly” on the entire Arizona Marijuana Market will ultimately cause the Black Market to thrive due to HIGH PRICES, LOW QUALITY, and LIMITED QUANTITIES! According to the Arizona Joint Legislative Budget Committee’s report, there are an estimated 587,100 Marijuana Consumers in Arizona. If Prop. 205 ONLY […]
Can Arizona’s Cities and Counties decide that ONLY the MEDICAL Marijuana Dispensaries can get any of the new RECREATIONAL Marijuana Business Licenses?
Yes! We fully expect that the majority of Arizona’s Cities and Counties will choose to say that ONLY the existing MEDICAL Marijuana Dispensaries will be allowed to receive any of the new Marijuana Retail Licenses, Marijuana Cultivation Licenses, and Marijuana Product Manufacturer Licenses. For Example; At the Phoenix City Council Meeting held on April 20th, […]
MPP says Prop. 205 allows for 147 Marijuana Dispensaries in Arizona.. How does that give Arizona’s Medical Marijuana Dispensaries an “Oligopoly” on the Marijuana Market?
The authors of Prop. 205 did a VERY good job writing deceitful language into their Initiative in an effort to try and fool Arizona voters.. Prop. 205 does say that the new “Marijuana Department” may issue an amount of Marijuana Retail Dispensary Licenses equal to 10% of the number of Series 9 Liquor Licenses in […]
Does Prop. 205 allow the Arizona Medical Marijuana Dispensaries to have an “Oligopoly” on the Arizona Marijuana Market?
YES! Prop. 205 says that ONLY the existing Arizona MEDICAL Marijuana Dispensaries are guaranteed to receive any of the new Marijuana Retail Licenses, Marijuana Cultivation Licenses, and Marijuana Product Manufacturer Licenses! Prop. 205 seeks to give the existing Arizona Medical Marijuana Dispensaries an “Oligopoly” on the entire Arizona Marijuana Market!
What exactly is an “Oligopoly” anyways?
An “Oligopoly” is defined as: “a state of limited competition, in which a product or market is controlled by a small number of producers and/or sellers, each of whom is able to influence prices and thus directly affect the position of competitors.” In other words, an “Oligopoly” allows a few select companies to completely control […]