North Dakota eyes spring 2018 start for medical cannabis sales
Medical marijuana sales in North Dakota would begin next spring under the state’s tentative timeline for its MMJ industry.
The state Health Department plans to open the application process for growers and dispensaries in early August and close it at the end of September. The agency would review applications in October and make selections in early November.
Regulators estimate cultivators will need about six months to set up facilities and grow the first medical marijuana crop. If the timeline plays out, sales would begin in April, May or June 2018. That timeframe falls within the department’s earlier estimates.
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