The Cannabis Company in in Brookhaven, Mississippi made history as the first dispensary in the state to start selling medical marijuana on Wednesday though there were a few glitches. Actually, make that one major glitch when sales were delayed. 

According to Melvin Robinson, executive director of the Mississippi Cannabis Trade Association, the system the state is using to process sales coming out of medical marijuana stores was having issues with the point-of-sale operation earlier in the day, reported WLOX. After a two-and-a-half-hour delay, the cannabis shipment arrived around 1 p.m. and sales got rolling. 

Good Day Farm, the largest licensed medical cannabis producer in …

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