Lawmakers seek fixes for medical marijuana market


ST. PAUL — Minnesota’s medical marijuana program has struggled for years as the flaws in its design have caused issue after issue.
New patients are leaving the program in droves, turning to the black market or prescription opioids because they cannot afford the processed pills and oils that are legal. Growers are losing millions because of a strict tax structure written into the law. Lawmakers can fix this, but they may have to look beyond their home state for solutions.

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