I wanted my vote to count as much as hers

I got some pretty dirty looks from the people in the marijuana co-op, but I don’t care if they are unhappy or not.

Being part of a marijuana co-op business means that you have to make decisions as a group. When there are decisions that need to be made regarding farming or growing practices, each person on the board gets a vote on the decision. I was out of the country last week and I didn’t get to vote on the new rules and regulations for the coop. When I came back to the farm, I had an email from the co-op board. I was very unhappy with the decisions that were made. I sent an email out to the other members of the marijuana co-op. They agreed to meet with me individually. They claimed that my vote would not have counted and I would have been overruled, but there is no way to know that unless they have a special vote and let everyone pick a side again. I wanted my vote to count just as much as anyone else’s, so I pushed and pushed the issue until the marijuana co-op had a special meeting. That meeting was held last night. I got some pretty dirty looks from the people in the marijuana co-op, but I don’t care if they are unhappy or not. I have just as much right to make decisions as the former down the hill. That is the whole point of having a cooperative. We can make decisions together and none of us have to pay all of the astronomical fees on our own to have a medical and recreational marijuana growing operation. I don’t want to rock the boat and make everyone mad at me, but decisions should not have been made without every member of the co-op present.

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