US (AL): Medical Cannabis Commission moves forward with reviewing applications

The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMCC) met on Thursday to review applications from business owners looking to join the new Alabama cannabis industry.

The deadline to submit an application to the Commission was December 30. While 607 groups and individuals requested application forms, only 94 turned in a completed application to the AMCC by the deadline.

The AMCC met and announced that they are reviewing the applications for potential deficiencies. Chey Garrigan is the President and founder of the Alabama Cannabis Industry Association. Garrigan told Alabama Today that the state had expected more applications than it actually received.

“The numbers speak for themselves. Alabama was underestimated by its residents and disregarded by industry leaders,” Garrigan said.


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