On July 24, 2021, the state commission in charge of the medical marijuana program in Georgia issued two Class 1 and four Class 2 licenses, after evaluating sixty-nine competitive applicants.
Moriconi Flowers, a law firm with experienced cannabis business attorneys and a track record of success, is pleased to announce that their client, Natures GA, LLC, has been awarded (one of four) Class 2 Production Licenses by The Georgia Access to Medical Cannabis Commission (“GMCC”) which will enable Nature’s to cultivate, manufacture and sell medical marijuana oil in the state. Licensees are chosen through a competitive application process and Natures GA, LLC achieved licensure due to being one of the highest-scoring applications at the conclusion of the evaluation.
Georgia’s Hope Act — HB 324, signed into law by Gov. Brian Kemp on April 17, 2019, established the framework for the state’s cannabis cultivation, dispensing, and production with oversight from the Georgia Access to Medical Cannabis Commission. Among the commission’s authority are the following:
According to Moriconi Flower LTD’s co-founder Ted Flowers, “Working on a competitive application project is an exhaustive process, and while submitting a work product you are proud of provides a level of satisfaction, writing a winning application is simply awesome!”
Moriconi Flowers is looking forward to continuing this historic journey in Georgia.
Building on almost 20 years in litigation, Justin’s practice specializes in regulated cannabis organizations consulting, formation, permitting, investment, expansion, and related ancillary legal services. Focusing on Cannabis law since 2016, Moriconi Flowers has successfully permitted applicants multi-state and on the Federal level. He is also co-owner of the first cannabis dispensary in Pennsylvania. Justin continues to return results in the face of adversity and against large firms for clients in all aspects of business and litigation. Justin and co-founder of Moriconi Flowers, Ted Flowers, regularly lecture on various topics on a local and national level in the commercial cannabis, security, insurance, and litigation space.
A 1997 graduate of Temple Law School, Ted’s experience in liquor licensing matters, representing hotels, bars, restaurants, distillers, and distributors through all stages of the licensing and regulatory process, made a natural transition to cannabis law practice in 2016. Focusing on Cannabis law since 2016, Moriconi Flowers has successfully permitted applicants multi-state and on the Federal level. He is also co-owner of the first cannabis dispensary in Pennsylvania. Ted and co-founder of Moriconi Flowers, Justin Moriconi, regularly lecture on various topics on a local and national level in the commercial cannabis, security, insurance, and litigation space.
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