In states where medical marijuana is legal, homeless people are able to get their own prescriptions from doctors and pharmacies.
But now a growing number of states have taken a hardline approach to marijuana dispensaries and medical marijuana dispensaries.
The new restrictions are likely to hit the largest dispensary operators and most of their patients, but the problem is spreading to smaller businesses that are not as well regulated.
Some dispensaries have closed or are moving out of states where they are legal, or are just moving away from the state, and some dispensaries have been forced to close or relocate due to health and safety concerns.
Medical marijuana has become a big business in many states.
According to a study released last month by the Marijuana Policy Project, about 75 percent of medical marijuana patients in California were able to obtain their medical marijuana from a dispensary.
A new report from the University of California found that there are currently more than 6,000 dispensaries in the U.S., many of them operating in states that have legalized medical marijuana.
Many states have passed legislation to restrict access to medical marijuana, and more than a dozen states have moved to ban dispensaries from operating.
This has created a legal gray area for dispensaries, with states like Colorado, Washington and Alaska all banning dispensaries in some form.
Colorado has banned dispensaries from using marijuana for medicinal purposes, but has allowed dispensaries to operate.
The University of Colorado has proposed that all marijuana dispensaries in Colorado be required to have a license.
The state has also issued guidance for doctors and other medical professionals who provide medical marijuana to patients.
In addition, a number of state medical boards have passed regulations that require doctors and therapists to have valid licenses from the U,C.C.E. to be able to prescribe marijuana to the state’s 1.6 million patients.
This means that doctors and therapy providers can only prescribe marijuana for medical purposes if they have a medical license from the C.C., which was created in 2013.
Medical marijuana is the most common medical condition treated by doctors, but it is also increasingly being used by many people with other conditions, like HIV and epilepsy.
There is growing concern that the medical marijuana movement is turning into a money-making scam, and many states have proposed new restrictions on dispensaries, forcing some to close and forcing others to relocate.
In a letter sent to the governors of Alaska, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Vermont, the ACLU wrote that:We are alarmed by the increasing frequency of proposed restrictions on the medical use of marijuana, particularly in states with medical marijuana legislation, particularly with regard to the states that are currently allowing the practice, and we strongly urge the governors to immediately and aggressively enforce existing medical marijuana laws.
We are deeply concerned about the effect these proposed restrictions will have on the health and well-being of those patients in need of medical cannabis.