Delaware health department officials have awarded the state’s third and final medical marijuana business license to the First State Compassion Center.
First State, which opened Delaware’s first dispensary in Wilmington in June 2015, now has control of two of the state’s three MMJ businesses.
Delaware has revealed the winner of the state’s second medical cannabis business license, and officials said they hope to announce the name of the company that will receive the third and final permit soon as well.
Multi-state MMJ force Columbia Care will receive the second license to grow and dispense medical marijuana in Delaware, …
Delaware has received 11 applications for its final two medical marijuana dispensary licenses, according to a spokeswoman for the state’s health department.
Officials expect to announce winners in August.
The state is not allowed at this time to reveal details about the applicants, but a spokeswoman said some groups applied for a license in both Kent …
By Omar Sacirbey
The race for Delaware’s two remaining medical marijuana licenses is heating up, but it’s hard to say exactly how hot it will get.
Nearly 50 executives, professionals and entrepreneurs representing 29 entities attended a “pre-bid” meeting in Wilmington, the state’s largest city, this week.
By Omar Sacirbey
Big changes are on tap for Delaware’s tiny medical marijuana industry.
State officials recently decided to award two additional medical marijuana dispensary licenses, acknowledging that the market is robust enough to support more than the one storefront currently operating.
Slowly but surely.
That seems to be the motto for numerous East Coast medical marijuana markets that have taken a long time to get off the ground.
One of the slowest has been Delaware, which legalized MMJ in 2011 but didn’t see its first dispensary open until just this past June. Now, however, the state …
By John Schroyer
Dispensaries finally open their doors in several states – including two that passed medical marijuana laws years ago – and a key member of Congress sounds off on federal cannabis reform.
Here’s a closer look at two notable developments in the marijuana industry over the past week.
Delaware’s only licensed medical cannabis dispensary officially opened in the northern town of Wilmington on Friday, bringing another state under the MMJ industry’s umbrella.
First State Compassion Center welcomed its first patients in the morning, and lines formed 50-people deep at times, according to the News Journal.
Though Delaware legalized MMJ in 2011, …
Behold, the latest medical marijuana market: Delaware.
The state’s first and only dispensary is set to start serving patients on June 26 just outside of Wilmington, according to the News Journal.
The opening of First State Compassion Center comes four years after Delaware legalized medical cannabis.
The state’s governor previously delayed implementation of …
The opening of Delaware’s first and only MMJ dispensary has been delayed again, but this time construction issues are to blame rather than regulatory problems.
First State Compassion Center near Wilmington, scheduled to open this month, likely will not launch until at least June thanks to electrical issues, its president said.
Delaware residents …
By Marijuana Business Daily staff
Medical marijuana dispensaries are slated to launch in several new states this year, accelerating the MMJ industry’s march across the country.
But it’s difficult to determine the potential size of these markets, as it will largely depend on how many patients register for medical cannabis
A U.S. investment fund has cemented its second deal with a Canadian cannabis grower this month.
Dutchess Opportunity Fund II will provide a $30 million equity line facility to Canadian marijuana cultivator Affinor Growers, signaling that international cooperation between cannabis companies is reaching new heights.
Under the deal, Affinor will file a registration with the …