The Cannabis Control Commission will take over oversight of the medical marijuana program at the end of the year.
SPRINGFIELD — Public comments will be accepted until Oct. 29 about the Massachusetts medical marijuana program, which will be getting a change in oversight.
“Patients, nurses, doctors, others: now is the time to speak up,” Shaleen Title, a member of the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission, said on Twitter Monday.
The Commission up to now has controlled only the recreational marijuana program, from policies related to background checks and host community agreements to issuing licenses to manufacturers and dispensaries.
By the end of the year, the Commission is scheduled to gain oversight of the medical marijuana program now supervised by the Department of Public Health…. (continued on link below)
Source: Testimony sought on medical marijuana law as Massachusetts to change oversight | masslive.com
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