Homeland Security Corporation Announces Expansion Into America's Emerging Medical Marijuana Industry
- Published on Friday, 01 March 2013
- Written by THCbiz Staff
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. — Homeland Security Corporation (pinksheets:HSCC), a leading innovator of surveillance driven technologies, announces its expansion in the Marijuana (both Medical Marijuana-MMJ and Marijuana-MJ) marketplace providing services ranging from legal and regulatory compliance to security surveillance. The MMJ industry is one of the most scrutinized industries in the world. From seed to sale all aspects of the MMJ industry including growers, producers, and dispensaries are under twenty-four hour recorded surveillance.
Over the past three years HSC Vice President Gary Williams was based in Colorado working directly with a leading MMJ compliance organization, the Colorado Medical Marijuana Enforcement Division (MMED), and also with other state regulatory agencies. While working with a team of MMJ consultants Gary Williams gained invaluable experience structuring and developing security systems to comply with rigorous Colorado MMJ statutory regulations. His experience proved essential in designing the systems for growers, producers and dispensaries ensuring them 100% legal compliance. More importantly his diverse security experience put him in a pivotal role in advising regulators to formulate the laws now in place in Colorado. HSC is now leveraging this experience gained in Colorado in the state of Washington where complete MJ legalization efforts are underway.
David L. Shade, Chairman and CEO, Homeland Security Corporation, said, "HSC plans to take the model we helped develop in Colorado, refine it, expand it and adapt it to each state that plans to go through legalization and compliance efforts." This places HSC and its team of consultants at the forefront of this expanding multi-billion dollar industry as it works to guide state regulators through the process. The company plans on publishing the Financials for the past 2 years within 2 weeks on the websites below.
Included in this release are certain "forward-looking" statements, involving risks and uncertainties, which are covered by the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, along with statements regarding Homeland's performance. Such statements are based on management's current expectations and are subject to certain factors, risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results, events and performance to differ materially from those anticipated.
Source: Homeland Security Corporation