- Patients could self-certify that they need marijuana for medical purposes, thus eliminating the significant expense and time to see a doctor that will provide them with the needed recommendation.
- The establishment of social-use spaces for District medical marijuana patients. It sounded to me like everybody was planning to use their dispensary for this purpose, which would require some expansion and serious work to the air filtration units.
- Allow medical dispensaries to offer delivery to their patients, as they've noted from my site that delivery is an awfully popular option.
But hey, GT, you're biased. Why should we listen to anything you've got to say?Ok, don't listen to me. I get lots of emails- some very, very weird- but I get lots, and sometimes I hear stuff like this from a few days ago:
Yo buddy. I've been reading through your blog on delivery services. Interested in your humble opinion which one is reasonable, good quality, and deliver as promised. I have a card, I'm withHere's another one:
REDACTED.I emailed you last year and you were very helpful with selecting flower from them. Seems like they're going through a drought. Weed hasn't really been on par. It's like the growers are cutting the trees too early. The plant's not curing. Etc. Other patients are noticing too. HELP!
I am a DC MMJ patient and noticed you acquired some pretty terpy looking live resin. You may be aware of this, but the concentrate options from my dispensary are lacking, particularly on the flavor side. How do I acquire...I could go on, but you get the idea. Frankly, I get complaints about everybody at some point, so don't feel too bad.