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New app aimed at delivering medical marijuana to users’ homes

STATE WIDE (WGME) — There’s a new smart phone app aimed at medical marijuana users and it brings the pot right to their front door.

This app is designed to get medical marijuana to patients quicker. It’ll only be used in California, at first, but Maine and California’s medical marijuana laws are similar and the app’s creators hope they can expand it to other states that use medical marijuana dispensaries.

“We’re entrepreneurs and we saw a need in the market and we decided to fill that need.” Roddy Rodnia, Nestdrop co-founder, said.

Roddy Rodnia, 25, and Michael Pycher, 30, are about to shake up the medical marijuana market. As they get set to launch a new app allowing you to buy marijuana with your fingertips.

“We want to make it more convenient for the people who are dealing with certain type of ailments and not having to make that awkward trip out to the store.” Rodnia said. [Read More]

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