Medical pot access on cape remains limited

Nearly five years after voters made marijuana legal for medical purposes, the Cape and Islands are still without a single dispensary, which has forced many patients to turn to the black market or legally questionable delivery services to purchase what they say is life-improving medicine.

“Patients are not being served on the Cape,” said Michael Latulippe, development director of the Massachusetts Patient Advocacy Alliance. “The Cape is one of these areas, including the Islands, that has very little access at this time.”

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