The city's first (legal) medical marijuana business said it has received tens of thousands of requests from hopeful patients and created an advocacy group in the wake of the state's new law, which will allow pot for medical use starting in January.
Since Good Intentions opened its doors in Wicker Park at 1723 N. Ashland Ave. on Aug. 7, the clinic has received 20,000 requests from people seeking its particular brand of care, according to general manager Daniel Reid.
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