Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission pivots toward research role to guide adult-use legalization

As part of an overall pivot to providing research to the state, the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission completed a 15,000-person survey to inform future public health efforts if adult-use cannabis is legalized in November.

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