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Delaware Medical Marijuana Oversight Panel Meets

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DOVER, Del. (AP) - A panel charged with overseeing Delaware's medical marijuana program is holding its first meeting.
    
The nine-member panel is charged with evaluating and making recommendations on implementing Delaware's medical marijuana program. Under legislation approved earlier this year, two members must be medical professionals with experience in medical marijuana issues, and three must be individuals who have qualified to use medical marijuana.
    
Delaware's first and only medical dispensary opened in June.
    
Officials initially limited the dispensary to growing no more than 150 plants and having 1,500 ounces of product on hand. They eliminated the cap on plants this summer and increased the allowable inventory to 2,000 ounces.
    
Members of the oversight committee are expected to discuss and approve their charter and bylaws on Tuesday, and to choose a chairman and vice chairman.

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