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A court in Arizona recently ruled that much of what medical marijuana dispensaries sell in the state is illegal. People with legitimate medical marijuana prescriptions could face prison sentences.

Medical Marijuana Loophole Case Headed To Arizona’s Supreme Court

By Will Stone NPR
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