A mandatory and critical piece of Guam's approved, but stalled, cannabis industry is now in place. Local law requires that before any medicinal or adult-use cannabis sales occur, DPHSS stand up a comprehensive tracking system. The statute for medical patients requires the system provide for the online tracking of licenses granted to farms, manufacturers, dispensaries, and patients. Adult-use businesses, which are subject to additional local laws, are not able to begin purchasing or selling cannabis without a "seed to sale" tracking system implemented.
The governor's office announced Wednesday that the Department of Public Health and Social Services has executed a contract with Metrc. The company was described as "an experienced provider of cannabis regulatory systems in the United States," in a press release.
According to the governor's office, the new contractor serves more than 250,000 users, including growers, testing facilities, dispensaries, state regulators, and law enforcement officials.
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