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“It’s going to gain a lot of attention and bring a lot of attention into the area. As far as it affecting it in a negative way, no,” he said.
However, Cornwell said he will make recommendations for those seeking medical treatment.
“As a personal advocate of marijuana, I believe that it should be legalized because it can help our society in many ways,” she said. “They aren’t doing or selling anything illegal, so it’s definitely an eye-opener and shows that hemp/cannabis products aren’t as bad as they seem.”
“I mean, of course it’s a step in the right direction, but no one’s been complaining about that. Hopefully, they will stick to what they need to stick to as far as ground rules go and guidelines and city ordinances and laws and things of that nature,” he said.
“We sell a CBD [Cannabidiol] oil that’s THC free, and we’ll be selling lotions and salves and hemp seed, and we have raw pressed virgin hemp oil that’s used for skin and stuff,” he said. “We’ll be having everything that’s just legal. No ganga. No pipes.”
Georgia State student Camilla Estrada said she supports advocacy of marijuana reform and believes the shop will support the cause.
“I liked the size of the shop and I knew that it had an office and a bathroom and storage. I feel perfectly safe next to Officer LaRosa here in Little 5 Points,” he said.
Cornwell said the shop is the first reform office in Georgia for the Coalition for the Abolition of Marijuana Prohibition (CAMP), which is an advocacy group founded in 1978.

Forty year advocate of marijuana reform Paul Cornwell will debut his new store called The Pot Shop located in Little 5 Points on April 20 at 4:20 p.m. The shop boldly sports a neon green, fluorescent sign reading ‘Medical Cannabis’ and is next door to Atlanta Police Department’s Zone 6 mini precinct.
Where to buy weed in atlanta Forty year advocate of marijuana reform Paul Cornwell will debut his new store called The Pot Shop located in Little 5 Points on April 20 at 4:20 p.m. The shop