Alaska Tightens Residency Requirements for MJ Licenses
Alaska has tightened residency restrictions on recreational marijuana business owners again after loosening them last month.
Now, anyone seeking a rec business license must be a full-time resident of Alaska who has lived there for at least one year and either works or goes to school in the state, according to the Associated Press.
Those were the initial requirements the Alaska Marijuana Control Board came up with earlier this year.
But at a Nov. 20 meeting, the board changed regulations to require potential business owners be eligible to vote in Alaska – which only requires a physical address. In other words,
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