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Sean Tolliver is a busy guy. Last month he was elected to the board of Charlotte NORML, he’s the chapter president of the North Carolina Minorities for Medical Marijuana chapter and he and wife Kiah have created a software solution — C-Trax — for the hemp and CBD industries that could revolutionize how products are sold while protecting consumers.

C-trax is a seed-to-sale point-of-sale system and more. “We want our retailers to know not only where their products came from but what field it was grown in,” says Sean Tolliver in the podcast. “We want people to know where their product comes from and who touched it along the way.”

In this podcast,  we talk about how cannabis has affected his family for the better, how the Tollivers came up with the idea for C-Trax, necessary “corrections to justice” in cannabis policy and more.

One correction, though: In the podcast we talk about how we expected the N.C. General Assembly to have filed cannabis bills by the end of January. That didn’t happen. Those bills are expected to be filed any day now. Keep up with our bill tracker.

Sean Tolliver says, “We want to empower people.”

With that, stay tuned. We’re working together to host a Black History Month event on Feb. 28 and will share details as soon as they’re available.

Minorities for Marijuana are also hosting events, like Puff and Paint, on Feb. 8 in Charlotte.

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[Header image: (L-R) Bryan Markham, Pat Cardwell of Carolina Hemp Company, Sean and Kiah Tolliver at the grand opening of the Carolina Hemp Company‘s new store in Asheville. Photo courtesy of Sean Tolliver.]

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BY Rhiannon Fionn

BY Rhiannon Fionn

Editor & Publisher

Rhiannon Fionn is an award-winning journalist based in Charlotte, N.C.