News Update On New Hampshire Medical Marijuana

Another bill would require the state to start issuing identification cards to people eligible for medical marijuana “no later than July 23, 2015.” This comes almost a year after the attorney general’s office said the state should refrain from issuing the cards “prior to the availability of a lawful source of cannabis in New Hampshire.”

Right now, the state is in the process of soliciting applications for prospective alternative treatment centers. Applications close at the end of January. The department said it is aiming to narrow its selections about a month later.

Medical marijuana was legalized, on paper at least, a year and a half ago in New Hampshire. The state is still in the process of getting the program off the ground – most recently, soliciting applications from prospective operators of the sites that will distribute the substance to patients and caregivers.

To read more, visit http://www.concordmonitor.com/doseetaste/15200712-95/satellite-locations-other-changes-in-the-works-for-medical-marijuana-in-nh

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