US (AL): 3 companies sue Alabama cannabis commission for licensing process

Three companies seeking licenses from the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission filed separate lawsuits against the agency last month, alleging problems with its online portal led to their documents being rejected.

A Montgomery County circuit judge recently agreed with Med Shop Dispensary and TheraTrue Alabama, ordering the commission to consider their applications.

A similar complaint from RedBud Remedies was denied Friday afternoon by Judge James Anderson, according to online court documents. 

Companies had until December 30, 2022, to submit their applications for various licenses under the 2021 medical cannabis law. In their suits, all three companies said they were not told about file-size limitations in the portal the commission used to accept would-be-licensees’ applications. 


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