Are you a weed wonk?
You’re in luck if you answered yes: The State of Florida is on the hunt for its first “director of cannabis,” which will focus on furthering the state’s hemp industry and implementing rules on edibles for medical marijuana patients.
Even luckier: Drug tests aren’t required.
Not a terrible deal, especially considering how the position will earn between $90,000 and $120,000 a year, a spokesperson for the state Agriculture Commissioner’s office told the South Florida Sun Sentinel.
“What type of ag commissioner could be against a plant and the farmers who grow it?” Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried, a Democrat and former medical marijuana lobbyist, said in a video announcing her candidacy in June 2018.
So far, per the Sentinel, the Ag Commissioner’s office has received 17 applications, one of whom is a former assistant manager at Hooters.