Another round of licenses awarded by the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission has led to yet another lawsuit against the commission’s procedures.

The AMCC began hearing from applicants for the lower tier licenses last week as part of new procedures born out of protracted litigation from its last two attempts to award licenses.

When they voted to award processor licenses, Enchanted Green LLC. missed the cut despite being awarded a license in the previous two rounds.

While Enchanted Green had placed second in previous rounds of the ”scoring,” the commission decided in this round that the company had tied for fourth—with only four licenses available by statute.

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