Maryland MMJ commission has unpaid bill for application job

The Maryland Medical Marijuana Commission has failed to pay the lion’s share of a $2.6 million bill┬áincurred in large part for hiring a third party to review a deluge of applications for grower, processor and dispensary licenses. The unpaid tab adds to the problems that have plagued the rollout of Maryland’s MMJ program. The Baltimore Sun reported the MMJ commission has paid just $150,000 of the total that Towson University’s Regional Economic Studies Institute (RESI) said it is owed. The $150,000 is separate from the bill for the application review process, according to RESI. <span style="font-weight: ... Maryland MMJ commission has unpaid bill for application job is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs