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Get the Door. It’s NOT Domino’s!

Washington State is looking into allowing medical patients to have marijuana delivered to their door.

The Daily Herald reports the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board is conducting a study on how to set up and operate a delivery system.

Among issues the study must consider are how to verify those receiving the product are registered in the state’s medical marijuana authorization database and what payment methods would be allowed.

The Washington State Department of Health says there are 290 retailers in the state with a state-issued endorsement to sell medical marijuana products and about 18,000 active patients.

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