New Regulations Proposed for Medical Marijuana in Massachusetts

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New Regulations Proposed for Medical Marijuana in Massachusetts

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State health officials are proposing some changes to medical marijuana regulations. The Department of Public Health is recommending the reforms based on what they learned from the first three years of legal medical marijuana in Massachusetts.

One major change would allow nurse practitioners to certify patients for medical marijuana. A second change would allow dispensaries to post product prices on their websites.

Right now, there are about 170 physicians registered with the state’s medical marijuana program, and almost 30,000 patients.

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