Florida Could Issue 22 More Cannabis Licenses In Six Months, Regulator Says

Constituents are “chomping at the bit”

Florida’s top marijuana regulator said his agency “would hope” to issue 22 new medical cannabis licenses within the next six months, a move that would nearly double the number of license holders in the state.

Christopher Kimball, director of the Office of Medical Marijuana Use (OMMU), shared the news in a Q&A session after presenting to the House Healthcare Regulation Subcommittee on Wednesday, according to Doral TV station WFOR.

Rep. Allison Tant, a Tallahassee Democrat, asked the OMMU director if the additional licenses would be approved within the next six months because some of her constituents are “chomping at the bit.”

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