Marijuana legalization means that bigger corporate interests and institutional capital will enter the industry and start competing with the businesses and entrepreneurs who have been at it for decades.

But what does this mean for the industry’s activists and pioneers who protested federal law, got arrested, and created the very industry that is attracting attention as one of the fastest-growing sectors in the U.S. economy? Entrepreneurs will be displaced, says Steve DeAngelo, founder of Harborside, the largest dispensary in the U.S., during his keynote address at the National Cannabis Industry Association business summit and expo in Oakland on Wednesday.

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