Minnesota’s Medical Cannabis Providers Have Lost a Combined $11 Million

Minnesota’s medical marijuana providers have lost a combined $11 million

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Two of Minnesota’s medical cannabis manufacturers have lost a combined $11 million in just two years of sales, according to financial documents obtained by the Associated Press, continuing losses that hint at systemic problems with the state’s tightly regulated program despite a recent expansion that allowed thousands more patients to buy the medication.

Minnesota Medical Solutions posted a $1.2 million loss in 2016, a year after losing more than $3 million.

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