Medical marijuana caregivers in Maine are speaking out against proposed rules that would, among other things, require them to electronically track their products across the supply chain and adopt 24-hour video surveillance in some places of their business. Office of Marijuana Policy regulators has said that the changes are meant to align the medical marijuana program with a series of new state laws that have been passed in the past few years. The 80-page proposal would also align the state’s medical rules more closely with those of its fledgling recreational cannabis program, which launched last fall. But in written public comments and during a daylong public hearing on Monday, a number of small caregivers from across the state opposed the changes.

Cannabis Business Executive – Cannabis and Marijuana industry news, 03/24/2021 06:33:00

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