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State Launches Medical Marijuana Database in the Nick of Time, but Is Anyone Using It?

State Launches Medical Marijuana Database in the Nick of Time, but Is Anyone Using It?

Tobias Coughlin-Bogue | Jul 1, 2016

So Washington state’s medical marijuana patient registry database is online, despite concerns that it would not be up and running on time. Still, the state is warning that “many stores may not be ready to begin to input data and create recognition cards” and recommends that people call stores ahead of time to check.

Around noon at Dockside Sodo, general manager Gabe Fertman was struggling to get access to the patient registry, spending time on the phone with the Washington Department of Health (DOH) and AIRLIFT, the company contracted to create the database. He’d had access to the system since about 8 a.m., he said.

State Launches Medical Marijuana Database in the Nick of Time, but Is Anyone Using It?






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