West Virginia seeks $2 million to start medical cannabis program

West Virginia regulators are anticipating the state will need about $2 million to launch its medical marijuana program. State health officer Dr. Rahul Gupta told both the state Senate and the House of Delegates the program could potentially be funded through an “internal loan,” the Charleston Gazette-Mail reported. The biggest portion of the program’s expected startup costs is the $700,000 West Virginia plans to invest in a seed-to-sale tracking system, according to the newspaper. Once the MMJ program is up and running – mid-2019 is the target date for sales ... West Virginia seeks $2 million to start medical cannabis program is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs