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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

What’s Next For Medical Marijuana in Maryland?

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland lawmakers opened the door to medical marijuana over three years ago.

While it still hasn’t made its way to patients, Michael Bronfein has spearheaded the effort to make medical marijuana available to those who need it.

Bronfein is the chief executive officer for Curio Wellness, one of 30 companies that just received state approval to grow and process the drug for patients’ consumption.

“This is a state where we appreciate the value of pioneering efforts in science and research that help people enjoy better lives,” said Bronfein, who cited the presence of Johns Hopkins University, the University of Maryland and the National Institutes of Health.



Anonymous said...

Is every state going to grow their own (as they legalize it)?
It seems like the customers in Maryland might be just as happy with the product grown / made in Colorado?

Anonymous said...

11:51 why buy from another state when we can give the revenue to our own?

Anonymous said...

It's all a bunch of crap ,my wife died of cancer and her son got her some pot to try to ease her suffering,she said it didn't help at all.

Anonymous said...

Can you buy it already

Anonymous said...

Well there you go. That's scientific proof that pot is no good. SMH