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OPEN A DISPENSARY IN ALABAMA

Program Overview:

Alabama legalized a very limited medical marijuana bill in April 2, 2014 when Gov. Robert Bentley signed SB 174 into law. The law only protects a small percentage of patients suffering from a debilitating epileptic condition for the use of CBD obtained by the University of Alabama.The law also does not allow for home cultivation or a state regulated dispensary system.

In the event the state decides to legalize medical marijuana and you would like to be notified, sign up for our emailing list here. In the meantime, review the information below to prepare yourself and stay ahead of the game.

Dispensary/Cultivation Application Tools and Services: 

1. Purchase our Roadmap To Success, a detailed summary and checklist of all the action items you will need to complete prior to moving forward with an application submission for a marijuana business license.

2. Browse and purchase our Marijuana Business Plan Templates (Cultivation Plan, Operations Plan, Security Plan etc.)

Refer to map for states with current and/or upcoming application opportunities to apply for medical marijuana licenses.

DEMOGRAPHICS – ALABAMA

DECRIMINALIZED

CBD specific

DATE PASSED

April 2, 2014

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Alabama has a limited medical marijuana bill. SB 174, known as Carly’s Law, named after 3-year-old Carly Chandler of Birmingham, who suffers from a rare genetic epileptic disorder. The bill provides an affirmative defense to prosecution, allows for the use and possession of high-CBD (cannabidiol) extracts, and requires a “prescription” for the legal use of medical marijuana.

QUALIFYING MEDICAL CONDITIONS

This law protects only individuals who suffer from a debilitating epileptic condition and their parents or caretakers. A debilitating epileptic condition is defined as epilepsy or other neurological disorder that produces serious, debilitating, or life threatening seizures.

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

No current opportunities

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