CNMI Cannabis Commission board members voted unanimously to approve the application package for a marijuana Producer Class 2 license, the first of its kind in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
The license was issued on Oct. 7 to Max Investments LLC. The company, which does business as Max Farms, is now licensed to engage in the legal cultivation of marijuana within 750 square feet to 2,999 square feet.
In addition, the commission recently renewed the licenses of six marijuana businesses following their license expiration on Sept. 30.
According to local law, all marijuana licenses are subject to expiration on Sept. 30 of each year and must have their renewal applications approved by the commission to continue conducting business within the commonwealth.
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