Hawaii’s state health department has postponed awarding eight medical marijuana business licenses until at least April 29, having encountered delays tied to the required fingerprinting and background checks of applicants.
The move adds some uncertainty to the licensing process, as it’s possible the delay could stretch into May or beyond. Many other states – most recently Maryland – have experience similar unexpected setbacks that have pushed back the start of their medical cannabis programs multiple times.
Hawaii was scheduled to announce the winners today. But not all applicants have submitted the necessary documents and paperwork.
“We have requested that
Hawaii Delays Awarding MMJ Business Licenses is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs
Continue to source
Hawaii Delays Awarding MMJ Business Licenses
A leading source of financial, legal and other business news for the cannabis industry