The center’s help aspects include getting certified, how to distribute the medicine, how to dispose of medicine and other legal resources related to medical marijuana.
The biggest hurdle for people, Bradley said, is a lack of information — since laws are so new. She also said there is a lot of misconceptions from people.
“A lot of people call it a ‘gateway’ drug, but it swings both ways,” she said, referencing the fact that patients use the drug to get off harder pain medication.
Collins said that the office also isn’t doing any activity such as dispensing medicine to patients or performing illegal activity.
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