What’s Required to Start a Medical Cannabis Business in Mississippi?

Aspiring business owners learned more about what it takes to get a license for medical cannabis in Mississippi. The requirements and steps necessary were discussed at the Jackson Convention Complex during a workshop hosted by the Mississippi Cannabis Trade Association.

With the application window opening on June 2, those in attendance gained valuable insight into how to get their business up and running. From knowing the new rules and regulations to getting an understanding of what’s required, this was an informative event for anyone hoping to be a part of the growing industry.

For more information on how to start a cannabis business in Mississippi, visit the Mississippi Cannabis Trade Association website.

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