Hawaii’s medical marijuana program is making slow but steady progress.
The state’s health department has named five people to be on a panel that will award eight MMJ business licenses.
Hawaii received 66 applications for business licenses from 59 companies. Final decisions on the business permits are expected April 15, and license winners can open July 15.
The panel that will determine winners includes:
- H. David Bess, a professor of management and transportation at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
- Phyllis Shimabukuro-Geiser, deputy to the chairperson of the Hawaii Department of Agriculture.
- Keith Ridley, chief of the Office of
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