Sean Norton cleans the covers on grow lights in the vegetative room at Medicine Man in Denver. Norton says he's a utility employee and helps out wherever he can at the dispensary and grow operation. "This has been a dream of mine since I was in 8th grade," he said. "I never thought I could support my family doing what I love."
Sean Norton cleans the covers on grow lights in the vegetative room at Medicine Man in Denver. Norton says he's a utility employee and helps out wherever he can at the dispensary and grow operation. "This has been a dream of mine since I was in 8th grade," he said. "I never thought I could support my family doing what I love." Tri-City Herald
Sean Norton cleans the covers on grow lights in the vegetative room at Medicine Man in Denver. Norton says he's a utility employee and helps out wherever he can at the dispensary and grow operation. "This has been a dream of mine since I was in 8th grade," he said. "I never thought I could support my family doing what I love." Tri-City Herald

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