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See Offers A policy that clouds the validity of telemedicine for medical marijuana patients prompts a petition drive by a traveling physician from Hollis. A traveling doctor who treats medical cannabis patients is fighting new state rules that she claims discriminate against disabled, rural and low-income patients. Dr. Mary Callison crisscrosses the state and uses video conferencing to certify and care for hundreds of medical marijuana patients in their own homes. A few times a week, Callison leaves her house in Hollis at first light and makes a daylong swing through one of Maine’s far-flung corners to sit with patients at their kitchen tables, in nursing homes or in a private room at a local community center. Medical providers push back against Maine rules on pot visits

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