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No One Could Own Or Hold An Interest In More Than One Site At Any Given Time.

0130AtaGlanceMarijuanaBill 8, 2018, deadline. The Ohio Board of Pharmacy and State Medical Board have proposed their rules for the operation of the pharmacist-led retail dispensaries and for certifying physicians who could recommend their use for patients with qualifying diseases and conditions spelled out in the law. Commerces rules for cultivators would allow for the issuance of licenses in advance of Sept. 8, 2018, for up to 24 geographically scattered sites to be determined later 12 larger facilities with up to 25,000 square feet of growing space, and 12 smaller sites with up to 3,000 square feet. Beginning on Sept. 9, 2018, Commerce could award more licenses if it determines supply wont meet demand, and those already issued licensees could seek approval to expand. No one could own or hold an interest in more than one site at any given time. Mr. Marshall praised Commerce for increasing the total number of licenses and potential square footage since http://michiganmedicalmarijuana.biz/ it originally proposed rules last fall. The larger facilities would pay a one-time application fee of $20,000 and an initial $180,000 license fee. Smaller sites would pay a $2,000 application and $18,000 initial licensing fees.

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