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Researchers urge BC to stick with ‘proven’ marijuana dispensaries

17 Oct Researchers urge BC to stick with ‘proven’ marijuana dispensaries

Let the private sector play a role in selling marijuana in British Columbia. That’s the advice of two researchers at a leading Canadian university. They are cautioning politicians in B.C. against upending the province’s longstanding dispensary system, saying there are aspects of the existing storefront model that the government could adapt to its legal framework for both medical and recreational marijuana. Associate professor Zach Walsh and Ph.D candidate Rielle Capler of the University of British Columbia say store-front dispensaries – though illegal in Canada – provide a “proven, valuable” service. They added that customers prefer the independent storefront model ... Researchers urge BC to stick with ‘proven’ marijuana dispensaries is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

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