The New Jersey court docket hears arguments in case medical hashish growth has stalled

A three-judge appeals court heard arguments Tuesday in a case that stalled the expansion of the strained medical marijuana program in New Jersey.

However, the court has yet to make a decision before the state can resume its review of licenses, which a lawsuit suspended in late 2019.

The case concerns eight rejected medical marijuana applicants from a licensing round that the Ministry of Health opened in 2019. The applicants in question lost due to technical problems with their applications or because they did not have sufficient documents to prove the city where they wanted to be admitted to the business.

– Read the entire article at NJ Advance Media.

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