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Topic - Medicinal Marijuana Company
The District's medical marijuana program is still months away from sprouting, but some advocates already worry that there won't be enough cannabis to go around.
Twenty-seven of the 28 applicants hoping to grow medical marijuana in the District want to set up shop in Northeast, particularly in warehouse space near strip clubs and other commercial properties.
Candidates to grow medical marijuana in the District risk wasting their time, energy and a non-refundable $2,500 if they're not prepared to meet the strict demands of the application process about to get under way.