Lisa Scott, who operates the edible cannabis company Bud Appetit in Washington, D.C., said the pop-up scene was small after I-71 passed. But growing interest from consumers and other entrepreneurs led to an expansion.
Lisa Scott, who operates the edible cannabis company Bud Appetit in Washington, D.C., said the pop-up scene was small after I-71 passed. But growing interest from consumers and other entrepreneurs led to an expansion. Jonathan Newton Jonathan Newton, Washington Post
Lisa Scott, who operates the edible cannabis company Bud Appetit in Washington, D.C., said the pop-up scene was small after I-71 passed. But growing interest from consumers and other entrepreneurs led to an expansion. Jonathan Newton Jonathan Newton, Washington Post

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