MA Could Expand Medical Cannabis Program, Boost Competition
Massachusetts health regulators proposed changes to the state’s medical marijuana program on Wednesday designed to boost patient numbers and make it easier for patients to compare dispensary prices.
The proposals include allowing nurse practitioners to certify patients for MMJ, a move that could expand the state’s patient pool. Regulators also proposed allowing dispensaries to post their prices online, MassLive.com reported, which would boost competition among dispensaries.
Another proposed regulation would give dispensaries more flexibility to transfer products among one another, while another would require product labels to include warnings related to pregnancy and breastfeeding.
The proposals were made
MA Could Expand Medical Cannabis Program, Boost Competition is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs