Kalispell Medical Marijuana Clinic Draws Huge Crowd

Click here to read the full article by Molly Priddy at the Flathead Beacon:

“Hundreds of people gathered at the Kalispell Red Lion hotel for a public clinic on medical marijuana Friday held by the Montana Caregivers Network, many with the goal of obtaining a physician’s statement proclaiming that they are eligible for a state-registered medical marijuana card.

Along with the steady stream of people lining up to be seen by one of the doctors at the clinic, there were roughly 30 tables of licensed marijuana caregivers available to answer questions from prospective patients.

John O’Mailia and his wife Katie came up to Kalispell from the Bitterroot Valley to advertise their business, Affordable Montana Caregivers. He said there were only four caregivers present at an August clinic last year, and the influx of new businesses is partially a result of the recession.

“Everybody wants to be a caregiver,” O’Mailia said. “When they passed the law, they created a new industry.”

“I bet you in five years, three-quarters of these caregivers aren’t going to be around,” O’Mailia added.

The clinic ran from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. and also included two educational presentations. Caregiver tables offered closeup views of their products, ranging from jars of different strands of cannabis to baked goods containing THC, one of marijuana’s active components…”


3 Responses to Kalispell Medical Marijuana Clinic Draws Huge Crowd

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