Sean Mack attorney at Pashman Stein Walder Hayden quoted in NJBIZ article, “Alternative treatment center RFA materials released.” The article explains that the application materials for an expansion of the medical cannabis program was released on Monday on the state’s Department of Health website.
A lot of people didn’t have the financial capacity or the full breadth of expertise to establish a fully vertically integrated facility so a lot of people didn’t apply last round,” said Sean Mack, cannabis attorney at Pashman Stein Walder Hayden PC in Holmdel. “But we will see those people applying this time.”
“The 140 applications that were not selected last time can most likely very easily modify and resubmit, and with the change in structure allowing for just individual licenses for dispensing or cultivation, I do expect that will increase the number of smaller businesses and people who did not participate last time because of the cost and breadth of the application,” he said. “I expect it to be a much more robust application process this time.”
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