In Massachusetts, new regulations could allow medical caregivers to increase the number of patients they care for. During a public hearing held on August 3rd, the Cannabis Control Commission announced a potential proposal that would allow caregivers to support as many as 10 medical cannabis patients each. Also, the program would also allow caregivers to grow up to 500 square feet of medical cannabis in some cases to help support the newly approved patients. However, not everyone was a fan of this proposal. The Massachusetts Patient Advocacy Alliance was against this proposal from the start, claiming it would not actually be good for patients. During the hearing, tensions ran high, with some patient advocates arguing the proposal would actually help patients by allowing for medical cannabis to be sold at a lower price.

SpeedWeed, 08/19/2020 01:10:02

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