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Louisiana lawmakers have passed House Bill 697 to allow a tenth medical cannabis pharmacy license to operate in the state. Additionally, the measure would authorize the nine existing retailers to open a second and third location once each is serving 3,500 patients, with a maximum of 30 dispensaries permitted state-wide. If a license holder declines to open one of their allotted pharmacies, then a new licensee may be selected by state regulators. The bill, which also transfers regulation of the industry from the Department of Agriculture and Forestry to the Louisiana Department of Health, now awaits Governor Edward’s signature.
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