PAWTUCKET/CENTRAL FALLS – Local cannabis dispensaries are inching closer to opening their doors for medical and recreational marijuana sales by December.

According to Matt Santacroce, head of cannabis control with the Rhode Island Department of Business Regulations, locations in Central Falls and Pawtucket are nearly ready to open for business, with adult recreational cannabis sales kicking off Dec. 1. The stores can start selling for medical patients as soon as they open.

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oldtimer Jr

It costs between $200-$250 annually to get a medical marijuana card .$150-$200 for a doctors appt to certify eligibility and $50 to the state .I have no valid reason to continue it when I’ll be able to get anything I want in RI unless there is some price break for us

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