North Dakota taps new medical marijuana director

Amid a legislative debate over the rules governing North Dakota’s new medical marijuana industry, the state’s health department has named the first director of the voter-approved MMJ program. Effective Friday, Kenan Bullinger was tapped to oversee the program, according to the Bismarck Tribune. Bullinger has worked for the health department for more than three decades, and has been involved with discussions about the MMJ program from the onset. North Dakota voters passed MMJ legalization in November with 64% of the vote. A senate bill was then introduced to amend the law. Proponents contend the measure would alter ... North Dakota taps new medical marijuana director is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs