In a few months, Nevada will set a new bar for the medical marijuana industry with a provision in the law state legislators passed last year allowing dispensaries to set up shop and allow any legally registered medical marijuana patient from anywhere in the world to purchase marijuana in any of those dispensaries.
It’s called “reciprocity,” and only a few other states in the country have it, but to varying degrees. Maine, for example, allows for reciprocity, but requires confirmation from a doctor. And in Rhode Island, it’s legal for out-of-state MMJ patients to possess up to two and a half ounces, but they’re not allowed to purchase marijuana at dispensaries.But Nevada is something of a test case, because their dispensaries will likely target out-of-state MMJ patients as a market.
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