Feeling the state’s six not-for-profit medical marijuana dispensaries will not be able to handle the needs of the program as it grows, the Department of Health and Gov. Phil Murphy’s administration announced a request for six more dispensaries in a statement Monday.
“It’s supply and demand, obviously,” Katelyn Gillece, a cannabis attorney at McCarter & English, said. And, with the DOH seeking for-profit entities, it is likely that some of the larger and more experienced companies from around the country are going to apply to enter New Jersey. “The state wants to attract people that have experience,” Gillece said.
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