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Medical Marijuana Licenses in Maryland May Roll Out Next Week

The timeline for the oft-delayed rollout of Maryland’s new medical-marijuana industry gained more clarity this week, when state officials announced the first cultivation and processing licenses could be awarded by early August.

That’s welcome news for GTI-Maryland Chief Executive Officer Pete Kadens, who said the latest he’s heard for license awards is late August or early September.

“This is an extraordinarily competitive process,” he said. “We’re cautious about our optimism. We know there’s lots of great competitors, but we also know we came to a great area of the state. We know we can add jobs here and help people here, and help patients. We’re hopeful.” [Read more at Herald Mail Media]

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