Massachusetts has issued 15 provisional retail licenses to dispensaries hoping to sell recreational marijuana. This week, two dispensaries could get the final go-ahead.
The Cannabis Control Commission is scheduled to vote on final licenses for two existing medical dispensaries that applied to sell adult-use marijuana during the regulatory agency’s meeting Thursday, according to an agenda published Tuesday. The dispensaries on the docket are Cultivate, a Leicester dispensary, and New England Treatment Access for its location in Northampton. The commission will also vote on final cultivation and manufacturer licenses for Cultivate.
Cultivate was the first dispensary to get a provisional license back in early July, with NETA following later that month, obtaining provisional licenses to sell adult-use cannabis at both their Northampton and Brookline locations.