CEO at one of MN's medical marijuana providers steps down

The leader of one of the companies that grows Minnesota’s medical marijuana is resigning less than a year after accepting the post.

LeafLine Labs announced that Manny Munson-Regala is stepping down, the Associated Press reports, after leaving his Health Department job to take over LeafLine in June.

LeafLine is one of two companies authorized by the state’s Office of Medical Cannabis to provide marijuana to patients with certain medical conditions whose doctors have recommended the drug.

The company currently has one clinic in Eagan where it dispenses marijuana but plans to add three more – in St. Paul, St. Cloud, and Hibbing – this summer.

Following our #tptAlmanac @tpt report LeafLine Labs confirms CEO Manny Munson-Regala out of med marijuana company

— Mary Lahammer (@mlahammer) February 12, 2016


Munson-Regala said the job was rewarding...

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