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Five years after having been voted into law, Maryland’s cannabis dispensaries are set to open and overflow with good medicine.
Two months after announcing a groundbreaking cannabis education curriculum, the University of Maryland now says it is backtracking on the plans.
In an effort to shrink the cannabis knowledge gap, the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy announced it will be teaching students about marijuana.
According to the Baltimore Sun, Circuit Judge Barry Williams ruled that the process of issuing medical marijuana growing licenses in Maryland be halted.
The Old Line State is learning new tricks as Maryland’s medical marijuana program takes shape. Let's go inside Maryland’s first cannabis curriculum.
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