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State nixes applicants for medical marijuana researchOne rejected applicant plans to appeal decision

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The first eight applicants for the state's medical marijuana research program were declined by the Department of Health - a sign that critics of the program's selection process said shows its flaws.

The state’s research program allows eight clinical registrants - selected by eight approved academic clinical research centers - to grow, process and dispense marijuana for research purposes.

All eight of the registrants hoping to join the program received letters this week detailing why there weren’t chosen.

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