New York Medical Marijuana Program Having Problems With Repeat Customers

More than three-quarters of the state’s 13,000 or so medical marijuana-eligible patients have purchased the drug, but only half of the 13,000 are repeat buyers under the tightly regulated state program, according to Department of Health data provided to the Times Union.

Through late January, 12,933 patients had been certified by their doctors to participate in the state’s medical marijuana program and 10,250 patients had been dispensed a medical marijuana product. Continue reading “New York Medical Marijuana Program Having Problems With Repeat Customers”

New York Makes Productive Changes to Medical Marijuana Program

State officials on Thursday announced a series of additional changes to New York’s medical marijuana program designed to expand products for patients, ease production and distribution for manufacturers of the drug and expand where and by whom it can be administered. Continue reading “New York Makes Productive Changes to Medical Marijuana Program”