The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission is aiming to award licenses to growers and distributors by the end of the year after a bumpy roll out of the state’s medical marijuana program that has included multiple lawsuits over the selection process.
The commission on Thursday adopted an emergency rule approving a new process for selecting license winners. Companies will make presentations to the commission. Commissioners can also consider scores that were previously awarded to submitted applications.
“It kind of is a reset. We think we have a process to move forward, not ditching what we’ve already done, but making use of
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