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Week in Review: Massachusetts’ MMJ upgrades, WA tracking issues & possible Rhode Island expansion

27 Oct Week in Review: Massachusetts’ MMJ upgrades, WA tracking issues & possible Rhode Island expansion

By Omar Sacirbey, Bart Schaneman and John Schroyer Massachusetts aims to improve its medical marijuana program, Washington state cannabis companies could find themselves without a traceability system, and Rhode Island may try to expand its MMJ footprint. Here’s a closer look at some notable developments in the marijuana industry over the past week. Benefits of clones The Massachusetts health department resumed efforts to make changes to the state’s medical cannabis program that are mostly regarded as improvements. Perhaps the most important change of the four proposals would eliminate a restriction that vertically integrated MMJ businesses can ... Week in Review: Massachusetts’ MMJ upgrades, WA tracking issues & possible Rhode Island expansion is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

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