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Topic - John Thiele
"I don't know why, but we haven't seemed to have the trouble with the feds that the other states have," said John Thiele, a program manager at Maine's Department of Health and Human Services, which oversees the registration of medical marijuana users.
"It's too early to say that we're making a lot of money," said Mr. Thiele. "The state is going to have to spend more money to make sure it can regulate this in an effective and efficient manner."