Governor Lincoln Chafee, signed the SB2555 law that authorizes the establishment of 'medical marijuana centers' across the state. According to their laws, state health regulators will issue licenses for three non-profit compassion centers to grow and sell legal marijuana within Rhode Island.
After months of tenuous medical marijuana application review, The Department of Health awarded the licenses to Greenleaf Compassionate Care Center in Portsmouth, Summit Medical Compassion Center in Warwick, and The Thomas C. Slater Compassion Center off Smithfield Avenue in Providence.
Currently, they are not accepting new applications.
When the state reopens the program, they'll have provisions for:
To get ahead and be prepared for when the state will opens its program for licensing marijuana businesses, you should:
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