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Topic - Tim Smale
"California didn't have any rules and, as a result, the dispensaries flourished, with hundreds opening under a hodgepodge of local rules," he said. "It didn't set a very good precedent for the country. Maine has an opportunity to blaze a different path."
"We wanted it to be a setting where it would be like going to a pharmacy," said Tim Smale, who opened the facility after struggling for years to obtain marijuana legally as a remedy for his own recurring migraine headaches.