Do you support expansion of Rhode Island’s medical-marijuana program?

SHOWING OFF: Beth Charlebois, co-owner of Cultivating RI, a cultivation center located in West Warwick that grows marijuana for the state’s medical-marijuana program, shows the various stages of growth. State lawmakers are expected to approve an expansion of the state's medical-marijuana program. PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
SHOWING OFF: Beth Charlebois, co-owner of Cultivating RI, a cultivation center located in West Warwick that grows marijuana for the state’s medical-marijuana program, shows the various stages of growth in this 2018 photo. State lawmakers are expected to approve an expansion of the state's medical-marijuana program. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
House Democratic leaders did not support Gov. Gina M. Raimondo's proposal to allow recreational marijuana sales to adults but they do back an expansion of the state's medical-marijuana program. The expansion, expected to be approved by state lawmakers as part of the fiscal 2020 budget, would triple the number of licensed medical-marijuana dispensaries, to nine.…

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