The Maryland Court of Appeals put a stop to a scheduled legal hearing Friday regarding a lawsuit attempting to overturn provisional medical cannabis cultivation licensing.
The end result: The state’s oft-delayed MMJ program will move forward as planned. For now.
The order from the Court of Appeals put a stay on a prior order from the Baltimore Circuit Court, which last week issued a temporary restraining order that prevented the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission from issuing final cultivation permits to license winners, The Baltimore Sun reported.
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