The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission, the state regulatory body overseeing the adult-use and medical marijuana cannabis programs, announced on Monday it has revamped its website.
“The commission has accomplished so much in just three years—from standing up the region’s first regulated adult-use cannabis industry and opening more than 200 marijuana establishments, to transferring the Medical Use of Marijuana Program and expanding it to approximately 100,000 patients,” said Executive Director Shawn Collins, in a statement. “We have redesigned MassCannabisControl.com to meet the diverse needs of our agency’s numerous constituencies and made it more intuitive and comprehensive of the wide array of resources we offer.”
For many, if not most, the website functions as the first stop for information related to licensing, regulations, statewide sales numbers and other public documents related to the sale and management of cannabis businesses. It’s also the central mechanism for tracking the licensing status of current and would-be cannabis enterprises.
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