Minnesota MMJ Patients Still Tapping Black Market

High prices for medical marijuana at Minnesota’s fledgling dispensaries are pushing patients back to the black market, a worrisome sign in for an MMJ program that is already experiencing difficulties.

Almost 20% of the state’s 491 registered patients haven’t made a return trip in the last month to any of the three dispensaries currently open in the state, with many saying it’s simply too costly, according to the Associated Press.

One patient told the AP his monthly bill for legal MMJ is $264, but that he can get a month’s worth of cannabis flower on the street for

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