The state panel in charge of Georgia’s medical marijuana program is opening the search for businesses interested in growing the leaf crop and converting it into cannabis oil. The Georgia Access to Medical Cannabis Commission voted Monday to release a Request for Proposals that will lead to the granting of two “Class 1” licenses and four “Class 2” licenses to grow marijuana indoors and manufacture the oil derived from the plants. The RFP is based on input from the state attorney general’s office and the Georgia Department of Administrative Services.
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