Medical marijuana: easing pain, raising fears

Medical marijuana -- easing pain, raising fears: ‘Fixes’ in works for state’s pot law

Medical marijuana -- easing pain, raising fears: ‘Fixes’ in works for state’s pot law

Editor’s note: Today, the Missoulian and Lee Enterprises newspapers in Helena, Butte and Billings begin a three-day special report on issues surrounding the state’s rapidly expanding medical marijuana industry.

Medical marijuana: Mainstream businesses benefit from expanding industry

Medical marijuana: Mainstream businesses benefit from expanding industry

Editor's note: Today, the Missoulian presents the second in a three-day special report on issues surrounding the state's rapidly expanding medical marijuana industry.

Medical marijuana: Once-supportive doctors angered by mass clinics

Medical marijuana: Once-supportive doctors angered by mass clinics

Editor's note: Today, the Missoulian concludes a three-day special report on issues surrounding the state's rapidly expanding medical marijuana industry.

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