Alabama's cannabis regulators are scheduled to convene with potential producers and distributors of medical marijuana to resolve the ongoing litigation concerning the state's faulty license allocation process, reported Alabama Reflector.

On Wednesday, as the court reconvened to address the case concerning Open Meetings Act violations allegedly committed by the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMMC) and explore possible approaches for moving forward with the licensing process, Montgomery County Circuit Judge James Anderson extended a temporary restraining order. The move allowed negotiations to continue.

So far, the commission has been sued several times by companies that either didn't end up with a license or scrapped it following AMCC's two failed attempts to award them to businesses seeking to launch medical cannabis operations statewide.

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