Arizona Bill Would Offer Licensing Priority to Rural Dispensaries

March 27, 2019 by erfa5t8

Arizona Dispensaries

< img class=" aligncenter size-full wp-image-1131942" src=" /wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Arizona-Dispensaries.jpg" alt=" Arizona Dispensaries” width=” 715″height= “400″/ > Arizona Senate Costs 1286, presented by Senator David Gowan of Sierra Vista, wants to offer medical marijuana patients with much better access to dispensaries in rural areas of Arizona. The legislation would need the Arizona Department of Health Solutions to prioritize dispensary applications to dispensaries in locations where they as soon as located but have because closed, the Arizona Capitol Times reported. The Arizona Medical Cannabis Act allows dispensaries to transfer after they have actually remained in

operation for at least 3 years. A number of dispensaries have already moved from rural areas to more inhabited areas to increase earnings. This has actually left particular clients in rural areas without hassle-free access to medical marijuana. Senator Gowan stated,” They all

wanted to enter where the population is. “The bill has already passed the House Committee

of Regulatory Affairs in an unanimous vote. Next, SB 1286 will head to the full Home for a vote. Presently, there are no dispensaries in: Apache County, La Paz County, Santa Cruz County, Douglas, Eloy, Fredonia, Holbrook, Page. Gowan said, “It gets these licenses

out to where they require to go … and ensure that people outside of Maricopa can be represented once again.” AP Picture David Zalubowski GET FREE GAIN ACCESS TO Success!

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