Frank Lucido, a California physician, received a phone call in 2012 from a doctor in Colorado.
Like Lucido – one of California’s best-known cannabis-friendly physicians – the Colorado doctor had been writing recommendations for medical marijuana, the paperwork required for patients to access cannabis at medical marijuana retail outlets in his state.
Unlike Lucido, the Colorado doctor was worried about the future of his practice.
There was a legalization measure on the ballot for recreational marijuana in Colorado that fall. If it passed, he was looking for somewhere to move, where he could continue writing recommendations in the semi-legal gray area of medical cannabis. [Read more at The Guardian]
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