Alpha Foliage, which operates as Surterra, will open six more dispensaries
State health officials have agreed to allow a second Florida medical marijuana operator to exceed a statutory limit on storefronts. The cap on dispensaries, now set at 35 for each operator, was included in a 2017 state law carrying out a constitutional amendment that broadly legalized medical marijuana in Florida.
Health officials on Monday agreed to allow Alpha Foliage, which operates as Surterra, to open six more dispensaries. The company sued after the Department of Health allowed a competitor, Trulieve, to exceed the statutory cap. Surterra attorneys asked the state to interpret the law consistent with the way it did for Trulieve.
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