Electronic processing of medical marijuana applications is now available. Online application processing provides much needed access to medical marijuana registry identification cards (“patient cards”), allowing patients with mobility issues as well as those in remote areas easy, efficient access to application processing.
The medical marijuana business is growing so fast that the state is having trouble keeping up with applications from patients seeking licenses. Joseph Pollock, deputy administrator of the state Division of Public and Behavioral Health, told the Legislative Interim Finance Committee today there are 14,000 patients with state medical marijuana cards. He expects that number to grow to 60,000. [READ MORE]