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State’s pot database up and running after IT glitch threatens to delay its launch

State’s pot database up and running after IT glitch threatens to delay its launch

June 30, 2016 | 

The new state database that’s supposed to provide benefits to medical-marijuana users as they get folded into the recreational system wasn’t ready to launch as Friday’s deadline loomed.

David Johnson, spokesman for the Department of Health, said an IT glitch is keeping the database offline. Officials are hopeful it’ll be running sometime Friday and they’re “burning the midnight oil to get it fixed.”

In the meantime, patients are expected to pay full price at retail recreational stores; medical dispensaries must close by Friday.

State’s pot database up and running after IT glitch threatens to delay its launch






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