Pennsylvania announces medical cannabis licensing plan

Pennsylvania will issue applications for medical marijuana cultivation, processing and dispensary licenses on Jan. 17, and applicants will have between Feb. 20 and March 20 to submit their bids, state regulators said at a news conference Wednesday. Dr. Karen Murphy, the state’s secretary of health, and John Collins, director of Pennsylvania’s Office of Medical Marijuana, also announced that the allotted licenses will be awarded in phases instead of all at once. Pennsylvania’s temporary program rules call for permits for 25 growers/processors and 50 for dispensaries. Each dispensary permit covers up to three storefronts, which means the state could have ... Pennsylvania announces medical cannabis licensing plan is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs

Pennsylvania announces medical cannabis licensing plan

Pennsylvania will issue applications for medical marijuana cultivation, processing and dispensary licenses on Jan. 17, and applicants will have between Feb. 20 and March 20 to submit their bids, state regulators said at a news conference Wednesday. Dr. Karen Murphy, the state’s secretary of health, and John Collins, director of Pennsylvania’s Office of Medical Marijuana, also announced that the allotted licenses will be awarded in phases instead of all at once. Pennsylvania’s temporary program rules call for permits for 25 growers/processors and 50 for dispensaries. Each dispensary permit covers up to three storefronts, which means the state could have ... Pennsylvania announces medical cannabis licensing plan is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs