Current medical marijuana licensees who apply for adult-use licenses will be expedited through the application process if there are no changes in ownership.
Step Two – Establishment Licensing
During step two – licensing, the MRA will vet the proposed marijuana establishment, including, but not limited to:
Proof of financial responsibility,
Municipality information, and
General employee information.
The physical marijuana establishment must also pass an MRA inspection within 60 days of submission of a complete application.
What would cause my application to be denied?
An applicant could have their license denied due to the following reasons:
The applicant failed to correct a deficiency within five days of notification by the MRA in accordance with Rule 8.
The applicant failed to receive a passing pre-licensure inspection within 60 days of a complete application being submitted to the agency.
The applicant has submitted an application containing false information.
The applicant or anyone who will have ownership in the marijuana establishment has a pattern of convictions involving dishonesty, theft, or fraud that indicate the proposed marijuana establishment is unlikely to be operated with honesty and integrity.
The applicant or anyone who will have ownership in the marijuana establishment has a conviction involving distribution of a controlled substance to a minor.