The Maryland Cannabis Administration released a draft of emergency regulations, which are pending review and approval by the Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative Review (AELR). The news comes several weeks after Governor Wes Moore (D) signed Senate Bill 516, Cannabis Reform legislation, which regulates the sale of marijuana before it becomes available on July 1.

"These draft regulations are a necessary first step to hitting the statutorily mandated deadline of July 1, 2023, I commend the MCA for getting these drafted so quickly, and I'm excited to see such implementation progress,” Meg Nash, partner …

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