In this Medical Economics column concerning treatment of patients under State and Federal medical marijuana programs, Wilentz Shareholders and Cannabis Law Team Co-Chairs Angelo Cifaldi and Michael Schaff discuss ways in which physicians may earn income from medical marijuana and remain compliant with their state's laws.
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