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One of Hawaii’s first state-licensed pot growers shows off its operation

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    Tour a Hawaii cannabis factory.

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    Cannabis or marijuana? What's in a name

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    Brian Goldstein, CEO of Noa Botanicals, pauses to inspect a leaf on a plant as he walks among rows of cannabis plants at Noa Botanicals’ production facilities in Kunia.

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    Medical cannabis is seen on display for patients inside the dispensary showroom.

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    Brian Goldstein, CEO of Noa Botanicals, looks at some of the products on display.

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    Noa Botanicals employees Eddie Pono, left, and Linda Angelucci trim cannabis at the growing and production facility in Kunia.

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    Employee Chandler Johnson extracts raw CBD oil.

After entering the nondescript Kunia warehouse, Brian Goldstein put on a lab coat, a hairnet, a surgical mask and a pair of Crocs that had never touched the pavement outside. Read more

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