Florida regulators intend to challenge a state court ruling that would eliminate the limit on the number of dispensaries a medical marijuana business can operate.
The state health department’s move to hold the line at least for now on dispensary limits comes as Gov. Ron DeSantis, a Republican, is asking the Legislature to make other reforms that would open up Florida’s MMJ market to more business opportunities.
- Ending a ban on smokable marijuana products.
- Loosening licensing rules so more businesses can enter the program.
Currently, a handful of vertically integrated operators dominate Florida’s MMJ dispensary market.
Click here to read the News Service of Florida’s report on the latest legal twist on the issue.