The rule — which does not specify when applications for the single license will begin to be accepted — came more than four years after the Florida Legislature set up a framework for the state’s medical marijuana industry.
The emergency rule, 70-page application form and instructions and 18-page application-evaluator manual published Thursday also provide a glimpse into how the state Office of Medical Marijuana Use will likely handle an upcoming batch of applications, which overall will almost double the number of the state’s cannabis operators.
TALLAHASSEE — After years of sitting on the sidelines as the state’s cannabis industry soared, Black farmers will soon be able to vie for a highly sought-after medical marijuana license.
The OMMU offers many resources for physicians who are authorized to order low-THC cannabis and medical marijuana in Florida.
Every day, the OMMU works to provide qualified patients, caregivers and physicians the information and resources they need to access Florida’s medical marijuana program.
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Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers
The Office of Medical Marijuana Use (OMMU) is moving forward with administrative rulemaking to establish an application process to award up to 19 Medical Marijuana Treatment Center (MMTC) licenses. The OMMU is not accepting applications at this time. The OMMU will publish any application rule and date the OMMU will begin accepting applications in the Florida Administrative Register.