Missouri to issue 48 marijuana microbusiness licenses in October

Missouri plans to license an initial round of 48 cannabis microbusinesses, to be awarded via a lottery in October.

The microbusiness licenses “are designed to allow marginalized or under-represented individuals to participate in the legal marijuana market,” according to new release issued by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS).

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Microbusiness retail licenses will be available to medical marijuana and adult-use retailers; wholesale licenses will permit cannabis cultivation and manufacturing.

Microbusiness wholesale facilities may grow up to 250 flowering cannabis plants at once, according to a cannabis microbusiness FAQ offered by the DHSS.

The regulator lists a variety of eligibility requirements for the microbusiness license type, including prioritizing people with previous marijuana offenses.

The first application window for microbusiness licenses will be open from July 27 through Aug. 10, with application forms available by June 6, according to the DHSS.

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