North Dakota Lawmakers Want More Time on MMJ Regulations

North Dakota lawmakers want more time on medical marijuana rules

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Caught off-guard by voters in this highly conservative state approving medical marijuana, North Dakota lawmakers said Monday that more time is needed to implement the law.

A rare House and Senate meeting was held to consider a proposal to delay the law until the end of July.

North Dakota’s Health Department estimates medical marijuana will cost the state more than $3.5 million a year and a small army of workers to regulate.

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