Alabama commission aims to award medical marijuana licenses before 2024 following bumpy rollout of program

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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