Designated R.I. dispensaries expect to begin selling medical marijuana after Jan. 1
Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Tue, October, 16th 2012 by THCFinder
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- The long wait in the issuance of licenses for three dispensaries that will sell marijuana to patients in the state medical marijuana program is about to end.
The state Health Department is in the final stages of completing its revised regulations. Once that is done, representatives from the Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center in Providence; Summit Medical Compassion Center in Warwick and Greenleaf Compassionate Care in Portsmouth will submit registration to operate applications.
Principals and spokesmen for Slater and Greenleaf anticipate that they will begin selling marijuana to nearly 5,000 patients shortly after Jan. 1.
The dispensaries, under revised legislation, will be allowed to grow no more than 99 mature marijuana plants and stock a maximum of 1,500 ounces of the drug at any one time.
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