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    CannaCanHelp, a medical marijuana business in Goshen, California is seeking to expand into recreational marijuana. Wes Hardin, CannaCanHelp operations manager, talks about providing those who qualify with quality cannabis products.

CannaCanHelp, medical marijuana business, provides cannabis products in Tulare County

CannaCanHelp, a medical marijuana business in Goshen, California is seeking to expand into recreational marijuana. Wes Hardin, CannaCanHelp operations manager, talks about providing those who qualify with quality cannabis products.
John Walker The Fresno Bee