Virginia Cannabis Control Authority To Regulate The State’s Medical Cannabis Program In New Year

According to the CCA, the area had been underserved for several years

The Virginia Cannabis Control Authority (CCA) is to oversee the state’s medical cannabis program at the start of the new year.

On Monday, Jan. 1, 2024, the CCA will assume regulatory oversight of Virginia’s cannabis program and issue a request for applications for those who want to serve as a licensed pharmaceutical processor in Health Service Area 1, which includes Shenandoah Valley.

According to the CCA, the area had been underserved for several years because of a litigation that stopped operations.

However, as the litigation is now over, the CCA said it can now prioritize addressing the gap in the area’s medical cannabis program.

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