NJ Medical Pot Hopefuls say agency snubbed court ruling

By Sarah Jarvis (February 18, 2022, 10:01 PM EST) – Medical marijuana license applicants have urged a New Jersey appeals court to order state cannabis regulators to grant them licenses to operate facilities, arguing that the agency did not change a single score after an appeals panel dismissed the case over the state’s flawed scoring system.

In documents filed Wednesday with the New Jersey Superior Court Appellate Division, plaintiff GGB New Jersey LLC said the state’s Cannabis Regulatory Commission doubled down the erroneous prior scores and only adjusted no scores after GGB and other contestants made “full supplemental submissions” challenging the commission’s scores and their scoring process. The CRC also ignored…

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