US (AL): "Aspiring medical cannabis growers can apply for license in the fall"

Companies that want to grow, process, transport, test, and sell medical cannabis products as part of what will be a new seed-to-sale industry in Alabama can begin submitting applications for licenses in the fall if the current timeline holds.

The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission met yesterday in Montgomery and updated plans for developing regulations for the program authorized by legislation that passed in 2021.

“It’s going to be sometime probably mid to late spring next year, best case, to have products available,” AMCC Executive Director John McMillan said.
 
The AMCC released a timeline for establishing the regulations that will govern the program. It will submit the rules to the Legislative Services Agency for publication on June 21. A 35-day public comment period begins June 30.

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