Cannabis regulators in New Jersey will begin accepting applications later this month for three more marijuana license categories.

Starting September 27, the New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission (NJ-CRC) will exclusively accept applications from social equity businesses for wholesalers, distributors and delivery services, the NJ Cannabis Regulatory Commission announced in a press release.

Three months later, on December 27, diversely-owned businesses will be allowed to apply for new licenses; the process will be open to all applicants starting March 27.

"Now that New Jersey's market is on the cusp of 50 operational cannabis retailers, opening up applications for delivery services, wholesalers, and distributors will help New Jersey's …

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