Maryland is contending with several issues as it prepares to start distributing medical marijuana before the end of the year. A dearth of doctors are prepared to recommend the medicine, the supply of product can’t be distributed, neighborhoods are trying to block the opening of dispensaries, and ongoing litigation is challenging the geographic and racial diversity of grower licenses. We take a look at the latest news from the contentious cannabis roll-out in Maryland.


  • Erin Cox Politics reporter & Maryland State House Bureau Chief, Baltimore Sun; @ErinatTheSun
  • Brentin Mock Staff writer, CityLab; @brentinmock

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