It seems that the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission has acknowledged that the file size restrictions it imposed on applicants' attachments have caused "extenuating circumstances" for certain companies applying for medical cannabis licenses, reported Alabama Political Reporter.

This has led the AMCC to grant the opportunity for some applicants to make changes to their applications, even after the December 2022 deadline has passed.


The restrictions on file size, allowing attachments of up to 10 megabytes on applications, forced some of the companies to reduce the resolution of essential files, resulting in a loss of critical details and quality.

However, AMCC allowed 17 applicants to utilize a "workaround" by submitting their extensive attachments on USB drives, according to documents reviewed by APR.

"They're literally admitting in these documents that the limitations caused a burden and that it was enough for them to grant the applicant's request to amend …

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