The state legalized MMJ in 2016, but patients may have to wait until next winter for their medicine.

North Dakota residents hoping to take advantage of the state's medical cannabis program are going to have to wait at least one more year for their medicine, state officials have reported.

This Monday, the North Dakota Department of Health (NDDoH) filed their proposed rules for the medical marijuana program with the state Legislative Council.

"The NDDoH has thoughtfully crafted these rules to ensure patient safety, product safety, and public safety," State Health Officer Mylynn Tufte said.

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Chris Moore ~ MerryJane.com

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