South Dakota Medical Cannabis Program issues first patients cards

PIERRE, S.D. South Dakota’s Medical Cannabis Program issued the first patient card to a resident of Day County, in accordance with SDCL 34-20G.

Following its issuance on Thursday, the following statement was released: 

“Today marks the culmination of months of hard work in preparation for the kickoff of a responsive and efficient medical cannabis program for eligible South Dakotans,” said Geno Adams, Medical Cannabis Program Administrator. “In the months ahead, we will continue to ensure that patients and their caregivers, can continue to obtain medical cannabis permits in accordance with their written certifications.”

Patients, caregivers, and medical providers who wish to get more information on how to participate in South Dakota’s medical cannabis program can visit: site features a ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ section, as well as a section for establishments, that is continuously updated by the Department.

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