Medical marijuana patient collectives: Attorney sees them as tool against caregiver restrictions

HB 1284, the medical marijuana regulatory bill signed in June, is a complicated measure that changes many of the ways MMJ caregivers have operated. But attorney Adam Mayo thinks he may have found a work-around: patient collectives. He'll discuss the topic at length during a Monday Cannabis Therapy Institute seminar in Boulder -- but here's a sneak preview.
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