Maryland’s Highest Court Rules in Medical Marijuana Case

Those who seek licenses may defend their interests in a legal challenge over how they were chosen.

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July 31, 2017

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Finalists seeking licenses to grow medical marijuana in the state can defend their interests in a legal challenge over how they were chosen, Maryland’s highest court ruled Friday.

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The Court of Appeals reversed a lower court ruling that barred the finalists from involvement in the case.

“We are gratified by the decision of the Court of Appeals granting our clients the right to defend themselves and their considerable investments,” said Arnold Weiner, who represented the growers who are finalists to be licensed.

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