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Alabama medical marijuana licensing might ‘start from scratch’ in a fourth round

Alabama medical marijuana licenses would be revoked and businesses forced to “start from scratch” and reapply for a fourth time under a bill that’s advanced out of a state Senate committee.

Though Alabama legalized MMJ in 2021, sales have yet to begin and a promised 2024 launch date now seems questionable.


Republican State Sen. Tim Melson’s Senate Bill 306, which advanced Wednesday, would revoke the five licenses for vertically integrated businesses that regulators issued late last year and force companies to reapply yet again, the Alabama Daily News reported.

Frustration with the inability of the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMCC) to award licenses without drawing lawsuits boiled over, Melson said.

Wiping ‘the slate clean’

“The commission had one mission, and they have not

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