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US (AL): Medical Cannabis Commission reaches proposed settlement on most issues with applicants

After a day of closed-door mediation, the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMCC) has reached a settlement with license applicants covering most of the issues that have prompted multiple lawsuits against the AMCC.

The settlement, if ratified by the AMCC at a meeting scheduled for November 27, would allow the commission to move forward with its new timeline in an attempt to issue licenses for most of the categories in the medical cannabis production process by the end of the year, it’s third attempt to do so after the first two failed.

According to sources, the terms of the settlement include:

Throwing out the controversial scores of the original applications generated by evaluators hired by the University of South Alabama who administered the scoring system under contract from the AMCC, and instructing the commission not to consider them in their new license-awarding process.

Read more at wbrc.com

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