Among the roughly 700 people who have walked through our doors, the typical patient — at Harbory we call them "members" — skews older and female, a demographic we are proud to match in our incredible staff.

“Cam," my mother said, "the G6 flower is still our top seller, but the brownies and cookies are going like crazy!"

Two years ago, hearing my mom talk about different kinds of marijuana would have been empirically weird, but today it is completely common.

In November 2015, she, two business partners and I opened Harbory — a medical cannabis dispensary in Marion, Ill., two hours from my hometown of St. Louis.

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Cameron Lehman ~ ChicagoTribune.com ~

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