Time may be running out for some would-be Md. cannabis companies

Nine growers, processors get final approval, but others face a deadline

BEL AIR — Some of the nearly 20 companies seeking to grow or process medical cannabis in Maryland run the risk of having their licenses rescinded by a state commission. Patrick Jameson, executive director of the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission, urged members of the panel to consider extensions of the one-year deadline to receive final approval ...

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