It’s been a long, hard fight for advocates of medical cannabis in D.C., but the battle is finally paying off, and people will be better off for it.
According to General manager David Guard, Capital City Care (CCC) – which will be the cities first dispensary among six that are licensed – will be opening in early April.
As with medical cannabis access points in other parts of the country like Colorado, CCC will be offering cannabis in its dried form, as well as medicated bakery items, candies and drinks. They’ll also be selling pipes and bongs, and will have counseling services for those new to medical marijuana.
For D.C. residents who have been fighting for this new law, the victory is sweet, though long overdo.