Tallahassee is about to have a new medical practice focused on helping patients receive medical marijuana — just weeks after voters overwhelmingly approved Amendment 2, a constitutional amendment that greatly expands who can receive medical marijuana legally.

Dr. Joseph Dorn, who has worked in palliative and hospice care for the last 12 years, will open the Medical Marijuana Treatment Center of Florida on Capital Medical Boulevard.

If all goes well, the practice will open its doors next week. “It will happen as soon as we move the furniture over there,” Dorn said.

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Jeffrey Schweers ~ Tallahassee.com ~

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