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Arizona’s bill aims to expand the shrinking medical marijuana market

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A bill making its way through the Arizona legislature aims to drastically lower the price of medical marijuana cards, at a time when MMJ sales and patient registration have plummeted.

SB 1466which the state Senate passed in March, will Lower the price MMJ cards range from $150 to $50 for the general public, according to the Phoenix New Times.


The newspaper reported that veterans will receive free cards.

The bill would also expand the list of eligible conditions to include autism spectrum disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Ninety-four percent of current MMJ card holders list chronic pain as a qualifying health condition, according to Latest status data.

The legislative proposal comes amid a significant decline in MMJ sales and the number of eligible patients.

As of February, the latest month for which statistics are available, Arizona MMJ Sales decreased to $28.2 million,

Read the full article at Marijuana Business Daily

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