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Evidence that medical marijuana outlets sell to other users

(Ohio State University) A study of four medical marijuana outlets in California suggests that many of their customers don't fit the profile expected for businesses focused on sick patients. Researchers found that some of the dispensaries attracted many customers outside of their immediate area and appeared to target specific ethnic, gender and/or age groups.
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