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Maryland’s Legislative Black Caucus wants to revamp the state’s medical cannabis program in order to include more minority-owned businesses, but those opposed say that doing so will further delay the already lengthy process of getting medicine to those in need. Kojo explores the debate over diversity as Maryland’s medical marijuana industry gets off the ground.
- Reggie Alston CANMD Board Treasurer; Business Development Officer at Seven Points Agro-Therapeutics (Prince George’s County)
- Cheryl D. Glenn Member, Maryland House of Delegates (D-Baltimore City); Chair, Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland
- Greg Daniels CEO, Alternative Medicine Maryland
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