Business Owners in Alabama details the process for applying for a medical cannabis license


DECATUR, Alabama (ON THE WEBSITE) – The deadline for Alabama business owners to apply to operate as medical cannabis dispensaries has come and gone – but some say the task of getting approved is daunting.

The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMCC) reports that applicants for licenses to distribute medical cannabis products have submitted 94 applications. This is a large increase from the nine requests initially reported.

Business owners say the delay was caused by paperwork.

“The process is very tedious,” said Joey Robertson, president of Wagon Trail MedServ. “In general, we planned 500 to 800 pages of paperwork to start with the preparation of the application. We are approaching 1500 pages.

Vanceville hemp farm Wagon Trail MedServ was approved by the Decatur City Council two days before the application deadline. The commission received several types of applications – grower, processor, transporter, tester and dispensary.

“We’re aiming for integrated licensing that covers everything from cultivation to production to distribution,” explained Robertson. “It’s basically a seed solution for selling.”

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