New Jersey Set to Accept Cannabis Business License Applications

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The agency also announced that it will begin accepting applications for recreational cannabis dispensaries on March 15, 2022. At a meeting of the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC) on Tuesday, officials revealed applications for adult-use marijuana cultivators, processors and testing labs. Applications for cannabis delivery services, distributors and wholesalers will be accepted at a later date once regulations for those business types have been drafted and approved. The situation has not changed with the legalization of recreational cannabis. Applications for adult-use cannabis business licenses will be available online, and the commission will host an informational webinar for potential applicants on November 30.

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Cannabis regulators in New Jersey announced this week that the state would begin accepting applications for marijuana business licenses next month, more than a year after voters in the state legalized recreational pot in the 2020 general election. At a meeting of the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission (CRC) on Tuesday, officials revealed applications for adult-use marijuana cultivators, processors and testing labs. 

The agency also announced that it will begin accepting applications for recreational cannabis dispensaries on March 15, 2022....

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