Out-of-state medical marijuana users next year will be able to buy cannabis products at dispensaries in Hawaii.

The only hitches: Visitors will need to apply online and pay $45 (plus a $4.50 processing fee) for a temporary Hawaii medical marijuana card that’s valid for 60 days.

“We’ve been fielding a lot of calls daily about reciprocity,” said George Bullock, director of the Cure Oahu marijuana dispensary in Waikiki. “We really look forward to being able to serve them in the future.”

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Jay Jones ~ LATimes.com ~

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