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Dispensary/Cultivation Application Tools and Services:

1. Purchase our Application Guide & Checklist, 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.)

3. Let us guide you through the entire application process with our Custom Solutions Package. Contact Us for a complimentary consultation.

Pending Medical Marijuana Laws Overview:

Updated: May 15th, 2017: As of April 2017, LB 622 advanced the Legislature’s Judiciary Committee and is still making its way through legislation.

LB 622 was introduced in January 18, 2017 to legalize medical marijuana use for qualified patients in Nebraska suffering from qualified medical conditions (outlined below). The bill would also allow for three (3) manufacturers, one in each congressional district and twelve (12) distribution center, four in each congressional district.

The bill is currently making it’s way through legislation. Read the latest version of the bill here.

Regulating Departments: The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (Department)

Medical Marijuana Business Details: The law will allow for manufacturers and distribution centers to provide medical marijuana to qualifying patients. The application fee for either type of license is $25,000.

Manufacturers: The state will award up to three (3) manufacturers, one in each congressional district. A Manufacturer will be allowed to operate in a single facility in their designated congressional district for the purposes of cultivation, harvesting, packaging, and processing. Each manufacturer would be required to contract with an independent laboratory.

Compassion Centers: The state will award up to twelve (12) compassion center (distribution) licenses, four in each congressional district. A Compassion center must have a pharmacist on site to dispense medical cannabis.

Zoning: Manufacturers and compassion centers must be at least 1,000 feet from a pre-existing public or private school. A county, city, or village could prohibit a manufacturer or compassion center. If these limitations resulted in a ban covering the entire congressional district, the additional manufacturer or compassion centers could be placed in another district.

Putting together an application for a dispensary/cultivation license can take anywhere from 3 – 6 months. Don’t miss the opportunity to submit an application, contact us at or call 602-621-0648 to request for a complimentary 20-minute consultation to learn more about our products/services.



Medical Use




Subject to change: LB 622, if passed, would legalize the use of medical marijuana for qualified patients suffering from qualified medical conditions. Patients will be able to obtain medical marijuana from distribution centers that will receive supply from manufacturers regulated and licensed by the state.


Glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, Tourette’s syndrome, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), seizures, or severe and persistent muscle spasms — including those associated with multiple sclerosis, Crohn’s disease, Hepatitis C, Huntington’s disease, lupus, Parkinson’s disease, Lyme disease, opioid addiction, or spinal cord injury. Cancer patients and terminally ill patients with a life expectancy of less than one year may also qualify if they experience severe or chronic pain, nausea or severe vomiting, cachexia, or severe wasting as a result of the illness or treatment.


Potential future opportunities. TBD on the passing of the bill




12 Compassionate Centers will be allowed


3 Manufacturers (growers and processors) will be allowed

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