HUNTSVILLE - While some dispensary businesses are eager to put in an application for a medical marijuana license, others are not. With heavy financial regulations, some CBD businesses are taking a second thought at providing the alternative.
With the possibility of paying $40,000 in annual fees regulated by the Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMCC) to keep up with a license to sell medical marijuana, some CBD dispensaries are a little hesitant to fill out an application.
“We’re a little reluctant to jump on just due to the $2,500 application fee that’s non-refundable whether you get the license or not and then the license fee and the annual renewal fees as well,” said Jason Rodgers, a budtender at The Green Lady CBD Dispensary.
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