Georgia could be a big cannabis market but the politically purple state has held a hard line against the industry. That has begun to change.
- Georgia’s MED board chose six companies that will be allowed to sell products containing up to 5% THC.
- Each will be vertically integrated and operate up to five dispensaries.
- MSO Trulieve is among the winning applicants.
The state supreme court recently ruled lawyers working with PotCos can be disciplined.
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