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A Montana judge ruled Wednesday that a medical marijuana initiative approved last month by voters should take effect immediately, paving the way for dispensaries to reopen months earlier than expected.
A drafting error in the Nov. 8 ballot initiative had postponed the measure’s implementation until July 1.
But District Judge James Reynolds of Helena sped up that timeline by ruling that the state must immediately drop a three-patient limit for medical cannabis providers enacted by lawmakers in 2011 and implemented in August, local TV station KTVQ reported. That law had effectively shut down Montana’s MMJ industry, forcing dozens of dispensaries to close