Maryland medical marijuana grower sues to halt licensing process
A Maryland medical marijuana cultivation company that failed to win one of the state’s preliminary business licenses filed an emergency motion asking a judge to block the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission from issuing final grow permits.
In its filing, Alternative Medicine Maryland argued the commission did not follow the law because it failed to consider an applicant’s race when handing out the preliminary grower licenses, The Baltimore Sun reported.
None of the 15 winning companies are led by African-Americans. The commission is scheduled to meet Wednesday to discuss the status of the preliminary licenses.
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