Maine issues first active licenses for recreational marijuana businessesPosted by On


The office of Marijuana Policy announced the issuance of Maine’s first active licenses for adult-use marijuana establishments on Tuesday. According to the OMP, six active licenses have been issued. Those are comprised of three cultivation facilities, two marijuana stores, and one marijuana testing facility.The issuance of active licenses continues Maine’s structured rollout of its new adult-use industry and moves Maine closer to the start of retail sales to the public. Starting Oct. 9, active retail license holders will be permitted to engage in sales to consumers 21 years of age or older.The OMP says they will continue to accept and process adult-use applications and intends to issue future active licenses on a rolling basis, increasing the number of establishments authorized to conduct retail sales next month.“Maine will have the unique distinction of being the only state to launch its adult-use marijuana program during a pandemic,” said OMP Director Erik Gundersen….

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