How Will Minnesota’s Medical Marijuana Program Work?

Medical marijuana will only be available to patients suffering from about 10 conditions including ALS and cancer.

MINNESOTA:  Six months after Gov. Mark Dayton signed a bill legalizing medical marijuana in Minnesota, makers are poised to start growing.

State officials on Monday announced the two companies that will grow, process and sell medical cannabis to Minnesotans next year under the state’s new law.

LeafLine Labs and Minnesota Medical Solutions were chosen from among 12 applicants. They’ll distribute the medication through eight sites across the state, the Minnesota Health Department said.

State officials hope to have the products ready for sale by July. Minnesota Medical Solutions said its cannabis greenhouse in Otsego will be up and running this week.

 

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