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    dadenman
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    “The idea is to change the cost-benefit analysis so folks with capital to invest will find medical viable,” said Daniel Delaney, a lobbyist for some of the state’s existing medical dispensaries. “If you make the recreational market wide open, people will go straight into that business and they won’t do the medical work. That will leave patients in a lurch.”
    “We don’t want to see any patients find it more difficult to obtain medical marijuana,” Borghesani said. But high taxes and numerous local bans on recreational shops would “defeat the purpose of the initiative in the first place, which was to eliminate the illicit market.”
    Though they expect some to migrate to recreational shops, advocates say there will remain many patients who require specialized marijuana treatments.

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    Rusty
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    Medical patient in Oregon.
    Not happy with results of legal rec.
    all shops should be medical compliant
    unfortunately greed will win again

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