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State A.G. Too Late to Intervene in Medical Marijuana Dispute

Friday, April 2, 2021 | 0

The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled that the state attorney general waited too long to intervene in a dispute over whether a workers’ compensation insurance carrier had to reimburse a worker for the cost of her medical marijuana. Case: Musta v. Mendota Heights Dental Center, No. A20-1551, 03/30/3031, published. Facts and procedural history: Susan Musta worked for the Mendota Heights Dental Center. After she suffered an injury to her neck, she was diagnosed with intractable pain. This diagnosis qualified Musta to obtain medical cannabis under the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Therapeuti...

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