City’s first medical marijuana dispensary opens Friday. Maryland regulators on Wednesday gave their first full approval for cultivation of medical marijuana in the state. (Marc Piscotty/For The Washington Post)The commission that oversees Maryland’s fledgling medical cannabis program voted Wednesday to award the state’s first full license to grow marijuana for medicinal purposes. Juvenile marijuana plants cloned from more mature plants in a nursery at RiverRock Organic Cannabis in Denver. “A new industry in Maryland has been officially launched,” said Patrick Jameson, executive director of the commission, in a statement. The Stage 2 license, awarded to ForwardGro LLC, is a final sign-off from regulators for putting plants in the ground.
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Share this: EmailPrintFacebookLinkedInTwitterGoogleLA PLATA — A state commission has approved the first license for growing medical marijuana but also voted Wednesday to suspend the approval of another because the applicant has failed to respond to questions about problems with operations in Minnesota and New York.
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