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Harborside Health Center is the nation's largest not-for-profit model medical cannabis dispensary with locations in Oakland and San Jose, California. The collective was co-founded in 2006 by national cannabis leaderSteve DeAngelo, and serves approximately 100,... more.
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Troy Dayton cofounded The Arcview Group in 2010 with Harborside Health Center's Steve DeAngelo. STEVE DEANGELO Harborside Health Center Steve DeAngelo has almost four decades of activism and advocacy in the cannabis reform movement. In 1998 Steve played a key leadership role in the passage of Washington D.C.'s medical cannabis initiative, Initiative 59. In October 2006, Steve launched Harborside Health Center (HHC) to bring a new model of professionalism and integrity to the industry. Harborside quickly gained recognition for its free holistic care clinic, laboratory tested medicine, low-income care package program, and wide array of other patient services. In 2007 Steve was involved the creation and development of Steep Hill Labs, California's premier medical cannabis analysis laboratory, and Steve is the founder of the Arcview Group investor network.
Steve DeAngelo, the founder of Harborside Health Center, the world's largest medical-cannabis dispensary, presents a compelling case for cannabis as a wellness catalyst that must be legalized.
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Steve DeAngelo, founder of Harborside Health Center, "Cannabis Innovation, Activism, Medicine, and Compassion" http://www.harborsidehealthcenter.com As the founder of Harborside Health Center - an ultra-modern cannabis dispensary with two locations in California's Bay Area - Deangelo ensures that every customer feels welcome and respected while distancing them from every aspect of the illicit drug market. A self-proclaimed "model for weed legitimacy" Steve works tirelessly to bridge the gap between mainstream society and the cannabis industry. Though Harborside is his magnus opus of Mary Jane to date, Steve's record of activism and achievement withstands the test of time, extending all the way back the eighties when he launched "Hemp Tour" to promote Jack Herer's seminal book The Emperor Wears No Clothes." When asked about his clothing choices, Steve recounts how he arrived at his signature style. Steve also travels his nine pound Chihuahua mix "Goliath", his companion and evergreen fashion accessory, whose name is as irreverent and playful as Steve himself. Here at DTK, we tip our hat to Dooma, Tripp, Steve and the other cannabis-minded ambassadors who are working hard to make their dreams come true.
Steve DeAngelo, Executive Director of Harborside Health Center in Oakland, California, is a cannabis industry leader, movement strategist and lifelong activist. Steve writes and speaks widely on the subject of cannabis, and his creation of the world's model medical cannabis dispensary has been extensively covered in national and international news media. His past accomplishments include organizing I- 59, Washington D.C.'s medical cannabis initiative; Hemp Tour, which brought hemp to the heartland; and Ecolution, Inc., which produced hemp garments and accessories 1990-2000. A Summa Cum Laude graduate of the University of Maryland, Steve is a founding, charter member of ASA (Americans for Safe Access); on the board of the Emerald Growers Association and the star of the Discovery Channel mini series, "Weed Wars" which is currently rolling out internationally.
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