Massachusetts became the 18th state to legalize medical marijuana when voters passed a ballot in 2012. The law went into effect in January of 2013. The Medical Use of Marijuana Program is begin managed by the Health and Human Services Department. Patients and doctors who wish to become part of the program must register with… Read More


Maine has had medical marijuana since 199 and in 2009 the law was changed for the better, adding dispensaries to ME. So far, there are nearly two thousand patients registered to the ME Medical Use of Marijuana Program. The program is overseen by the Maine Department of Health and Human Services. All patients and caregivers… Read More


Delaware passed the Delaware Medical Marijuana Ct in May 2011, which went into effect during July of 2011. Now there are over 1,500 patients registered with the program and a state licensed dispensary opened in June of last year. The Division of Public Health or DPH is repsonsible for processing all medical marijuana cards and… Read More


The District of Columbia’s medical marijuana laws were signed into place in 2010. The District’s Department of Health is in charge of the Washington D.C. Medical Marijuana Program. Similar to California’s medical marijuana program, it isn’t too hard for patients to obtain medical cannabis in D.C. This explains the rising number of patients registering with… Read More


Maryland’s medical marijuana program was approved by lawmakers in 2013. The program is not operational yet, and zero patient applications have been accepted thus far. The program is being overseen by the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission which has been receiving criticism from patients and aspiring medical marijuana businesses. Medical marijuana advocates are upset by the… Read More