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Minnesota Department of Health surveying demand for medicinal marijuana

ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Department of Health is rolling out an online survey to get a better idea of the potential medicinal marijuana landscape in the state. From Tuesday until Feb. 6, Minnesotans with qualifying medical conditions can answer ...

 

ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota Department of Health is rolling out an online survey to get a better idea of the potential medicinal marijuana landscape in the state.

From Tuesday until Feb. 6, Minnesotans with qualifying medical conditions can answer several questions that will give medicinal marijuana program planners a better idea of the demand across the state.

Manny Munson-Regala, an assistant commissioner for the department, said gathering information about potential patients’ locations, conditions and interest are key for moving forward.

"This information will help us and the certified manufacturers refine plans and set up the program in a manner that best serves patients," he said.

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