Tucson to get downtown medical marijuana dispensary - Tucson News Now

Downtown to get marijuana dispensary

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A medical marijuana dispensary is slated to open in downtown Tucson later this month. It will be called The Downtown Dispensary. It will be located at the corner of 6th street and 6th avenue.

Arizona Department of Health Services gave its approval of the dispensary last month.

The ownership team is a local group and they come from several different backgrounds. They range from commercial crop production to fitness.

The dispensary will be about 24 hundred square feet. Once the shop is open, they will be able to handle 2 to 3 patients at a time. The owners have put in several security upgrades to the space for the employees and the customers.

The ownership group, also wants use the business to give back to the community.

The business is expected to be open on August 20th. The hours will be from 10am to 7pm everyday.

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