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Etain Dispensary, a new cannabis store coming to Maplewood, was a topic of discussion at Wednesday’s Township Committee meeting.
Represented by attorney William Caruso, he advised that the company having a vertical license means they are approved to have Cultivation plus Manufacturing and Ta retail component. However, the Cannabis Regulatory Commission will not allow them to operate a retail outlet until they have meaningful production and manufacturing operating.
Five new medical marijuana-grow businesses are coming to Central New Jersey — but it's currently unknown which towns they will open in.
Last Friday, Oct. 15, the state's Cannabis Regulatory Commission granted licenses to a total of 10 new marijuana cultivation businesses to grow marijuana for medical use only: Three will open in North Jersey, five will open in Central Jersey and two were approved for South Jersey.
The number of legal cannabis growers in the state will more than double after regulators on Friday issued new licenses designed to ease crippling supply issues for medical marijuana patients and push the state closer to legal weed sales for all adults.
The New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission on Friday voted 4 to 1 to issue 10 new licenses for medical marijuana cultivators and four new licenses for vertically integrated businesses, which grow, manufacture and sell medical marijuana at dispensaries.
The cultivation licenses were awarded to:
Submitted by njlegalizeme on Tue, 11/13/2018 - 08:54
According to NJ.com, the state’s Cannabis Regulatory Commission on Friday announced the permit winners, a mixture of 10 cultivation and four manufacturing licenses.
All 14 licenses went to companies owned by minorities or women: