CUMBERLAND, Md. (AP) — The owner of a medical marijuana dispensary in Cumberland says he hopes to open for business in November.
The Cumberland Times-News reports that one of three owners of the Allegany Medical Marijuana Dispensary recently gave the newspaper an update on his business.
Sajal Roy says the dispensary has faced delays due to a lack of approved marijuana growers with available product. He also says he found he needed additional upgrades at the dispensary facility.
He says he intends to ask the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission to inspect his business in mid-September. He also says the dispensary has been working with a grower in Frederick. He says Green Leaf Medical has assured him that product will be available as soon as November.
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