MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - An Alabama regulatory commission has plenty to do before people can apply for medical cannabis licenses, so it won't push for a date that might allow sales next year, a commission official said.
The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission had said earlier that it might ask for the date to be moved up. It decided last week not to do so, the Montgomery Advertiser quoted commission Vice Chairman Rex Vaughn as saying.
Before people can apply, the commission has to establish rules and train physicians, Vaughn noted. It also must create a central database to register patients by next September. Registration cards will cost up to $65 a year.
Since would-be growers and distributors cannot apply for licenses before Sept.