Massachusetts regulators are vowing to crack down on medical marijuana dispensaries after some put low-income patients on waiting lists for discounted products.
The move by dispensaries led to delays that violate state MMJ laws, the Boston Globe reported. The paper found the delays persisted for months, meaning low-income patients didn’t get access to the discounted medical cannabis products.
The state’s MMJ program doesn’t put a cap on the number of patients eligible for medical cannabis discounts. The dispensaries had said their low-income programs were full, the Globe reported. State health department regulators will now scrutinize dispensary hardship programs as part
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