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North Dakota’s MMJ program won’t be ready for at least a year

06 Nov North Dakota’s MMJ program won’t be ready for at least a year

North Dakota regulators are proposing rules that would allow for the sales of medical cannabis in “11 to 13 months,” Valley News Live reported. Under the proposed rules – filed by the state health department with the Legislative Council – prospective dispensaries, manufacturers and testing labs won’t be able to apply for licenses until April at the earliest, according to the Fargo-based news outlet. The latest timetable for the launch of MMJ sales conflicts with one the health department laid out in July. Here’s what you need to know:
  • The proposed rules include
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