Last year the state’s Medical Cannabis Commission issued six licenses for applicants to grow marijuana adhering to tight state regulations to treat defined illnesses and conditions. Cannabis oil from the marijuana would then be sold to suffering patients. It was thought that this licensing process would be the end of the matter. But not so fast.

Various losing applicants have raised serious criticisms of the seven-member Medical Cannabis Commission, its responsibilities and the process in grading the applicants. 

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