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The application for a license isn’t available yet, but aspiring growers are already buying land and leasing space for large-scale medical cannabis operations in Maryland. We’ll hear from two intended applicants about their plans to grow, process and dispense medical-grade cannabis, and ask what the economics and logistics look like. And we’ll talk with a town council president about how one local community reacted to a proposal for a cannabis facility within its borders.
- Casey Callister CEO, Vast Organic Farms
- John Ford President of the Town Council in Easton, Maryland
- John Pica Counsel to Alternative Medicine Maryland; Attorney, Lobbyist and Former Maryland State Senator from Baltimore
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