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The founder of Cannabis Talk 101, Chris Wright, aka Blue, and the Pot Brothers at LawMarc and Craig Wasserman shared something special: a passion for educating, advocating and defending members of the cannabis community. With Chris providing the platform, through radio, they would discuss the benefits of marijuana as well as the laws engulfing it. It wasn’t until early on in 2018 that their team became complete with the spontaneous addition of entrepreneur and radio entertainment personality, Joe Grande. Together they have embarked on a mission to spread the truth about cannabis while guiding and connecting industry professionals along the way.

Christopher Wright

For more than a decade, Christopher Wright aka Blue has been involved in all aspects of the Cannabis industry; from medical cannabis dispensaries and collectives to the controversial cannabis movement and its cultivation. He watched as the plant gave his father hope and a better quality of life during his fight with lung cancer. Before his father passed away, Blue made a promise to make an impact in the cannabis movement. Keeping his promise to his dad, Blue created platforms with the primary purpose to educate the community about the benefits of cannabis. In 2015, he established the Cannabis Talk 101 radio show, and has been one of the highest sought after speakers in the cannabis industry ever since. Blue’s commitment to his father and the movement is apparent in his Mission Statement: to increase awareness about the positive benefits of cannabis, educate those who believe in it, and convince those who don’t.

IG: @1Christopherwright

Joe Grande

Joe Grande has always been outgoing with a love for entertaining. His radio career started in college where he majored in Radio Television and Film. Joe soon became a part of the morning show, “The Dog House” in San Francisco on WILD 94.9. Joe moved on to Big Boy’s Neighborhood on Power 106 in Los Angeles then joined 102.7 KIIS FM to work on Ryan Seacrest morning show. Grande branched off into sports radio working on Fox Sports & NBC Sports and was named, by the LA Times, as one of the “best radio sports personalities in Los Angeles.” Noticing new social trends were gravitating toward the cannabis industry, Joe got involved. Through professional ventures, he crossed paths with Blue, Marc and Craig and soon became part of the Cannabis Talk 101 team. Together, they educate and advocate for professionals in the cannabis industry while creating an inclusive and entertaining atmosphere.

IG: @Joegrande52

Craig Wasserman

Craig Wasserman, a native of Southern California, successfully passed the Bar on his first attempt in 1986. He then practiced litigation for various law firms before deciding to open his own 1990. He currently practices business Cannabis law (permitting and licensing), as well as, business litigation and workers compensation law. It was Craig’s son, Jerett, who influenced him to concentrate on cannabis law as far back as 1996. Jerett started cultivating cannabis for patients and Craig was determined to ensure Jerett stayed compliant and safe under the cannabis laws. With now over 30 years of legal experience and extensive knowledge of Cannabis laws, Craig continues to advocate for others who wish to professionally and legally work in the cannabis industry; not only through Cannabis Talk 101, but also through Pot Brothers at Law with his little brother Marc. Craig has also sought to end the stoner stereotype and freely smokes cannabis on social media.

IG: @Wasslawdog / The Pot Brothers at Law - IG: pot_brothers_at_law

Marc Wasserman

Marc Wasserman made his mark in the world of arts and entertainment by writing his own screenplay. Branching out from the arts, Marc decided to practice law subsequently passing The California State Bar Exam the same year Proposition 215 was passed. Rather than work for a big law firm, Marc opened his own office practicing criminal defense. His background in the arts combined with his legal expertise has contributed to the successful development of various platforms including Cannabis Talk 101 and Pot Brothers at Law with his older brother Craig; which are utilized for advocacy and education regarding the laws surrounding cannabis.

IG: @Wasslaw @dabbinglawyer / The Pot Brothers at Law - IG: pot_brothers_at_law


Blue: As professionals, our goal is to provide positive, informative and factual education for listeners and the cannabis community in hopes of helping break the stigma.
Joe Grande: To spread compliant information to the best of our ability. Keeping people up to date on breaking news and educating them on what is right and wrong in the industry.
PBAL: Along with providing legal advice to help listeners, together, we utilize the platform to encourage others to come out of the green closet and show that cannabis consumers are not just stoners, lazy or losers – we come from all different professions, backgrounds and lifestyles.



Recreational: Must be 21 years or older to possess up to one ounce of flower or eight grams of concentrate
Physician Recommendation: Possess eight ounces of flower or eight ounces of concentrate. Or four ounces of flower and four ounces of concentrate for a combine total of eight ounces. Regardless,
the patient can only posses a combined total of eight ounces of cannabis.
– Can only smoke in private business, property or residence.
– It is illegal and against United States Federal Law to travel or possess any amount of cannabis on aircraft or in airports, no matter if you have a Physician Recommendation or not.


Blue: I really appreciate the way the four of us play off of each other. We have this unique bond that’s really special and fun and there is never a stale moment! We have the ability to pick up each other’s pieces and make a good team, a great comradery.
Joe Grande: It feels like we have been friends for 30+ years! We treat each other like brothers, were able to make fun of one another and not get all sensitive.
PBAL: We all respect each other and never step on toes. We knew right from the beginning we were creating a brotherhood.



Recreational: 21 years or older can grow up to six plants enclosed and not visible.
Physician Recommendation: Can grow as much is medically needed, what can be medically proved. However, it is illegal to sale your medicine!
Five places you cannot smoke is only for cannabis patients with a recommendation (patients can smoke anywhere else but these five places)
No Smoking Zone Within 1,000 feet from school or youth facility While operating motor vehicle – that includes driver and passenger(s)Driver of a boat On a school bus Recreational: 
21 years and older can only smoke in a private residence or private business.


Blue: The stigma for sure. We have always been fighting to break through. People are always judging others who smoke or use cannabis like it’s a crime…it is not criminal! We must unite as an industry and have a voice in order to make a positive impact.
Joe Grande: Explaining the compliant way to process money and explaining the proper way to utilize banking, it is a business and needs to be treated as such. I deal with so many clients that feel afraid and that fear is unnecessary. WE CAN HELP!
PBAL: The regulations in Calif. Are a big hurdle and are creating problems for mom and pops, boutique, families, generations of growers and people who have been involved in the industry for decades and have been doing it properly. What is legalization exactly because it is not written clearly.
Blue: Inside and out of CT 101 we are realizing there is a learning curve and people all of the United States and beyond are just uneducated, uninformed and not understanding specifically what their rights and the laws really are.
PBAL: Not to mention, the media glamorizes legalization in California and people come here with false hopes and information on the laws, legalization and even usage around cities and counties.


Blue: Getting into bigger markets and stations, especially because most companies/radio stations won’t and/or don’t support the cannabis community. We overcame a huge hurdle in Orange County and are so appreciative of the love we have received.
Joe Grande: Explaining the compliant way to process money and explaining the proper way to utilize banking, it is a business and needs to be treated as such. I deal with so many clients that feel afraid and that fear is unnecessary. WE CAN HELP!
PBAL: We can’t sat F*** on FM radio.

Blue: I’ve formatted a free flow of information. Callers call in live and ask questions or provide their concerns and/or comments about the industry. It was important to create a platform that provided not only accurate education but that our show has made an impact and provides good results for everyone. Essentially, we are the pioneers of creating media for cannabis.
Joe Grande: Blue offers the Cannabis Talk Network an educational platform, The Pot Brothers at Law, Marc & Craig Wasserman offer legal advise and I offer compliant information regarding processing for the cannabis industries. We all do this separately and come together to bring you Cannabis Talk 101.
PBAL: Other shows do not have and/or offer the legal voices and presence.
PBAL: We have had the privilege to touch politicians, attorneys, doctors, Senators, rappers, children, parents, veterans, athletes, brands, professionals and amazing people from all walks of lives and have created a special alliance. We are blessed to able to share the same passion with everyone in and out of the cannabis industry and how the plant touches and affects everyone.