The Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission has issued a newsletter alerting companies of the deadline of September 30 to finalize their licenses and open their doors.
BALTIMORE (AP) – Maryland authorities have issued a warning to medical cannabis companies that if they do not open before September 30, state control authorities will revoke their prior authorizations.
The Baltimore Sun reports that the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission has issued a bulletin alerting companies of the deadline set for finalizing their licenses and opening their doors.
The bulletin released Thursday also advises companies to complete their final inspections by August 15th. This gives them enough time to complete the steps necessary to sell marijuana for medical purposes to consumers in retail stores.
Most of the 76 authorized cannabis clinics in Maryland have opened. According to officials, 26 other companies are in the pre-approval phase.
Information provided by: The Baltimore Sun, http://www.baltimoresun.com
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