Maryland’s medical marijuana program gains steam as more licenses are approved
By Bart Schaneman
Maryland’s medical marijuana program, which has been plagued with delays since its inception in 2013, seems to be finally gaining momentum.
In a positive sign to industry watchers, the state’s Medical Cannabis Commission on Monday approved three more cultivation license holders to begin growing and licensed two processors and one testing lab.
“This is a significant step,” Debby Miran, a former Maryland MMJ commissioner and now a cannabis consultant in Baltimore, told Marijuana Business Daily. “Without getting past this step, heretofore we had one grower and no processors.”
Maryland’s medical marijuana law was first approved in 2013 and
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