Green II: Spreading Like Kudzu

Green II: Spreading Like Kudzu, is the inside story of the first federally issued tender bid for cannabis - issued by the German government in the spring of 2017.

The book covers cannabis reform history, particularly in North America as well as Europe within the context of the changing laws that created reform in the first place, as well as the pace of change likely from here. More
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About Marguerite Arnold

Marguerite Arnold is a German-American author, journalist and entrepreneur. She has been covering the cannabis industry from Europe since 2014.

Born in New York City, she grew up in the UK and has lived and worked in three countries (so far). These days she calls Germany home, after having just won her dual citizenship in a landmark Supreme Court case that addresses and overcomes systematic prejudice in the court systems since 1945 in implementing the historic Right of Return granted to all those who fled the Third Reich.

In the United States, her career spanned film and documentary production of the digital kind and she pioneered the use of digital technology in both brick and mortar and remote consumption. She has also worked in state and national politics, IT, banking, finance and cleantech as well as sustainability.

Since moving to Germany, she has learned passable German, obtained her Executive MBA, and founded several healthcare and digital health related startups. She has also written two books while covering the expansion of the cannabis industry in the U.S., Germany and across Europe but also increasingly globally.

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About the Series: Cannabis Über Alles
A series of books on the momentous change created and caused by the cannabis revolution.

The first book is set in 2014 and the American state market as Colorado and Washington State began their own experiments with recreational reform. Everything from buying pot in public to banking reform was on the table in a way that has presaged the forward motion of this revolutionary industry. Interviews and profiles with and of some of the most intriguing entrepreneurs, companies and advocates are set against a momentous year of both political and regulatory change that has not stopped yet shaking the world.

The second book is set in 2019, and is focused on the international politics, drama and entrepreneurial derring do that occurred when Germany decided to issue the first federal tender bid for cannabis in the world.

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