Maryland Governor Names 10 to Medical Marijuana Commission

The appointments filled empty spots, and replaced 6 commissioners whose terms expired.

July 7, 2017
Baltimore Sun
Medical State by State: Maryland

Gov. Larry Hogan on Thursday made 10 appointments to the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission, filling vacant positions and replacing six commissioners whose terms had expired.

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The commission is charged with implementing Maryland's medical cannabis program. The appointments include doctors, business people and several members of law enforcement.

Read more about the 10 appointments at The Baltimore Sun.