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What if I am using terms that do not imply growing Marijuana? If I am making the assumtion that I am consulting in a grow room for vegetables would that not protect me? Just like when you go into a head shop and they are not allowed to use the term "Water Bong" instead they say "Water Pipe" there are terms that can be used that only imply growing food. The same way people in Hydroponic Garden supply stores speak. It's not uncommon form people to grow food indoors. I know I used to when I grew. Indoor home grown strawberries are amazing. What if I had them sign a terms and agreement saying my advice was only for vegetable and fruit growing and was not intended for Marijuana growing?
Also how does a company like Cannabis College come into Ohio and have a seminar on setting up grows, how to process material and even set up dispensaries? Why don't they catch a RICO charge then?