The Georgia Access to Medical Cannabis Commission unanimously granted provisional licenses to four more companies to produce low-THC oil to help Georgians with a list of severe ailments.
Caregivers say recent glitches have led to problems getting or renewing medical cannabis cards in Georgia.
One of the two medical cannabis manufacturing companies awarded licenses to operate in Georgia thus far opened its first dispensary Wednesday during a dedication ceremony in Pooler.
Georgians eligible to treat their chronic illnesses with cannabis oil soon will have a lot more choices of places to get the medicine.
State’s first two licensed dispensaries now open.
The first two medical cannabis dispensaries in Georgia opened last week in Macon and Marietta. GPB's Peter Biello looks at how the state's cannabis policy has evolved.
After years of waiting, thousands of patients on Georgia’s medical cannabis registry may soon be able to legally receive their medicine.
Georgia senators pressed pause Tuesday on a bill that may have banned the marijuana-adjacent gummies, oils and vape cartridges now on sale at Georgia retailers.
A Georgia House committee has approved legislation aimed at breaking a legal logjam that has held up the state’s medical marijuana program for years.
Some Ukrainian advocates and lawmakers have long campaigned for the legalization of medical cannabis. A revised version of a bill that failed last year is heading back to Parliament with new urgency.
The agency in charge of Georgia’s medical marijuana program voted unanimously Thursday to turn over responsibility for hearing protests of medical cannabis license awards to the Office of State Administrative Hearings.
Three years after the state allowed local production of low-THC oil, families who celebrated then still can't legally access the treatment. Now lawmakers are under pressure to revisit the broken medical cannabis system.
Georgians with certain medical conditions have been permitted to take cannabis oil to ease their symptoms for six years, but it was illegal to purchase in Georgia. The state has finally approved six licenses for companies to produce and distribute medical marijuana oil in Georgia. However, many companies whose applications were not accepted are calling foul play, protesting the licensing process which can delay the production and distribution of medical cannabis oil for many Georgians in need.
FFD GA Holdings, doing business as Fine Fettle, was among six companies selected recently by the Georgia Access to Medical Cannabis Commission to grow marijuana for use in producing low-THC therapeutic oil.
Six winning companies out of 69 applicants were announced Saturday at a meeting in Rock Spring, more than a hundred miles north of Atlanta. A crowd of nearly 200 people attended the commission meeting, including patients and caregivers who have been waiting years to be able to purchase the oil legally.