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Medical Marijuana Delay

Medical Marijuana Delay

D.C. officials thought the medical marijuana program would be up and running in the District by now, but the News4 I-Team has learned no plants have even started growing yet. Read More

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Medical marijuana is coming to the District. The NEWS4 I-Team takes you into the thick of this growing controversy. See where it could grow, who wants to sell it and why neighbors don't want it.

Tuesday, Jun 12, 2012
D.C. Announces Medical Marijuana Dispensary Locations

D.C. Announces Medical Marijuana Dispensary Locations

The D.C. Department of Health announced on Tuesday the four locations that are eligible to become medical marijuana dispensaries in the District. News4's Tisha Thompson reports.

Tuesday, Jun 12, 2012
D.C. Medical Marijuana Dispensary Locations Named

D.C. Medical Marijuana Dispensary Locations Named

The D.C. Department of Health announced on Tuesday the four locations that are eligible to become medical marijuana dispensaries in the District. Read More

Wednesday, Nov 9, 2011
Pot Factories in D.C.

Pot Factories in D.C.

Medical marijuana is taking root in the District, and the News4 I-Team is giving you the first look at where the pot will grow. Read More

Friday, Dec 2, 2011
Potential Medical Pot Dispensaries Revealed

Potential Medical Pot Dispensaries Revealed

The News4 Iteam has the list of places where patients may be able to buy medical marijuana in D.C. Read More

Wednesday, Apr 18, 2012
MAP: Proposed Marijuana Cultivation Centers

MAP: Proposed Marijuana Cultivation Centers

The News4 I-Team filed a Freedom of Information Act request for a copy of all the applications for proposed marijuana cultivation centers in Washington, DC. Up to 10 licenses will be granted. Each facility must be at least 300 feet...

Wednesday, Apr 18, 2012
MAP: Proposed Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

MAP: Proposed Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

Friday, Mar 30, 2012
D.C. Picks Medical Marijuana Cultivation Centers

D.C. Picks Medical Marijuana Cultivation Centers

The D.C. Department of Health has selected six companies that are eligible to cultivate medical marijuana in the District. Read More

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  • MAP: Proposed Medical Marijuana Dispensaries
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