More than 20 applicants submitted exhaustive business plans along with a $20,000 filing fee. But the regulations governing the ATC facilities have not been finalized and remain in a Legislative dispute. Potential non-profits have stated that they would find it nearly impossible to operate under the current proposed rules, even if the state does give them a green light.
Monday, March 21, 2011
State may annouce first medical marijuana suppliers
Today officials will announce the results of the application process for the first medical marijuana Alternative Treatment Centers (ATCs) in the Garden State. The New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) confirmed in an email that they would release a statement.