Kentucky Medical Marijuana Program Applications Open For Businesses, Physicians On July 1

Everything is moving 6 months ahead of schedule

The rollout of Kentucky’s medical marijuana program is moving six months ahead of schedule.

Gov. Andy Beshear said, starting on July 1, the state will begin accepting applications from prospective medical cannabis businesses looking to come to Kentucky.

Kentucky’s Board of Medical Licensure and Board of Nursing will also begin taking applications from physicians and Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) looking to become authorized to write medical cannabis certifications.

Patients with qualifying conditions still won’t be able to apply for a medical cannabis card until Jan. 1, 2025.   

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