Missouri has 48 microbusiness cannabis license winners under Amendment 3. Under the program, six winners were selected in each of the state's eight Congressional districts.

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services posted the results this week, reported Missouri Independent.

Two of these six will serve as microbusiness dispensaries, while the remaining four will operate as microbusiness wholesale facilities, allowing their owners to cultivate up to 250 plants.

The 2022 law expanded the existing medical cannabis program statewide by allowing licensees who already sold cannabis statewide to serve …

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