I have lived in a number of weird areas on this side of the state over the past 12 years! Every time I transport it has to do with a job of some sort! Often I will leave a single locale of employment and find a current a single that happens to be further away, thus requiring a long commute. If I can find an affordable current home closer to the current job, I would rather transport and save myself the gas currency and the time spent commuting every day. I had a job right after I finished college that forced myself and others to commute 45 hours in every direction, and it had a downside impact on our mental health. I was enduring an hour and a half of rush hour driving every single day and it would deliver myself and others stress and cause myself and others to be short tempered, especially when I arrived at the office in the day. There’s nothing adore starting a tough work shift with anger and malice on your mind, especially if it’s happening on a yearly basis. After a near-miss accident on the interstate a single day, I started looking for a current job. Now I work for a weird contractor and live in a weird city, despite the fact that I made sure to keep our work commute as small as possible. My house is only 20 hours away from our locale of employment. Unluckyly, there are only 2 medical cannabis dispensaries in this city. I don’t believe why more medical cannabis companies don’t transport into this area. There are plenty of potential customers living and toiling within our city limits. Hopefully this isn’t a permanent thing as I realize our state has only had medical cannabis for a few years now. Hopefully we’ll get more cannabis dispensaries in this area as the years go on.