Marijuana Industry News and Opportunities | Dispensary Permits
Utah is Accepting Applications for Medical Cannabis Processors and has a New Structure for Dispensaries
Utah Accepting Applications for Medical Cannabis Processors The Utah Department of Health released a Request for Applications (RFA) for medical cannabis processors on August 23, 2019. As outlined
Senate Bill 1494 Will Make Improvements to Arizona’s Medical Marijuana Program, License Additional Dispensaries On June 7, 2019, Senate Bill 1494 passed into law to make improvements in the state’s
Rep. Ron Reynolds has submitted House Bill 209 for consideration during the 86th Legislature regular session. The bill would create a comprehensive medical marijuana program in Texas. House Bill 209
On January 22, 2018, Governor Phil Scott signed H.B. 511, which legalized the recreational use of marijuana. The law made it legal for adults 21 years and older to possess up to 1 ounce of marijuana
Update: The North Dakota Department of Health is now accepting applications for Medical Marijuana Dispensary Licenses in the Devils Lake, Dickinson, Jamestown, and Minot regions until February 26,
HARRISBURG — The state Department of Health awarded 23 permits for dispensing medical marijuana on Tuesday, almost doubling the number of operators previously approved by the state to sell the drug.
Leading Cannabis Consulting Agency Dispensary Permits Secures North Dakota Medical Marijuana Dispensary License
Dispensary Permits secured a dispensary license for We-Mend, LLC, which will be doing business as Strive Life in Grand Forks, North Dakota. The North Dakota Department of Health announced two medical
Here are some quick updates on the Ohio Cannabis Chamber of Commerce (OCCC) and the Ohio Medical Cannabis Industry.
Connecticut Accepting Applications for Medical Marijuana Dispensary Licenses On January 3, 2018, the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection submitted a request for applications from parties
Additional Connecticut Medical Marijuana Dispensary Licenses The state Department of Consumer Protection plans to award licenses for at least three — and as many as 10 — new medical marijuana