Massachusetts to fast-track MMJ firms for rec marijuana licenses


Registered medical marijuana businesses in Massachusetts will be fast-tracked for recreational licenses inĀ an effort by legislators to sidestep a potential supply shortfall.

Lawmakers believe MMJ businesses could play a crucial role in the supply chain when recreational cannabis goes into effect in July 2018, the Boston Herald reported.

When the adult-use licensing process opens next April, Sen. Patricia Jehlen expects the bulk of the state’s registered MMJ businesses to apply, the newspaper reported. She and other legislators believe giving those MMJ companies first crack at rec licenses will help Massachusetts avoid supply issues like those <a href="https://mjbizdaily.com/week-review-nevada-rec-supply-issues-new-hampshire-adds-conditions-maryland-mmj-commission-shake/"

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