Monday, February 29, 2016

In Montana, a Supreme Court ruling clamped down on commercial marijuana sales by limiting the number of patients for individual medical marijuana providers.  To avoid large-scale commercial distribution, the judges agreed that providers can have a maximum of three medical marijuana clients, and that they may be compensated. The ruling also upheld important provisions of a law passed in 2011, including the ban on medical marijuana advertising and the automatic review for doctors who recommend medical marijuana.

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