Maine Office of Marijuana Policy Latest Updates – New Guidance Document / New Adult Licenses Issued / metrc training

A preview of a letter containing guidance on authorized transfers from the MMMP to AUMP.
Now Available: Guidance Document on the Authorized Transfer of Marijuana Plants and Marijuana Seeds from the MMMP to AUMP
A preview of a letter containing guidance on authorized transfers from the MMMP to AUMP.
OMP has introduced a new guidance document intended to assist Maine Medical Use of Marijuana Program (MMMP) registrants and Adult Use Marijuana Program (AUMP) cultivation licensees with complying with the regulatory requirements of 28-B M.R.S. § 501(6) when engaging in the limited sale of marijuana plants and marijuana seeds from the MMMP to the AUMP.

This and other guidance documents issued by OMP are available on our website: https://www.maine.gov/dafs/omp/resources/guidance-documents

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Eighteen New Adult Use Conditional Licenses Issued
Over the weekend, OMP issued 18 new adult use conditional licenses. These newly-licensed entities include nine marijuana stores, seven cultivation facilities, and two products manufacturing facilities.

To date, there are a total of 199 establishments in possession of adult use conditional licenses. Thirty-two of these entities have obtained local authorization. There are another 172 applications currently pending.

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AUMP Conditional Licensees: Have You Completed Metrc Training and Ordered Your Tags?
Active licensure in the adult use program is scheduled to begin in just over a week and retail sales to consumers in October.

If you are a new conditional licensee, now is the time to complete Metrc’s training and to prepare for track and trace credentialing! Training is available through the Metrc website at: https://www.metrc.com/maine.

Have you obtained local authorization and begun the process of obtaining an active license? If so, then you need to provide OMP with the identity of your track and trace administrator. Your administrator will need to have completed Metrc’s new business training course and passed the track and trace comprehension test before your establishment will be issued Metrc production credentials.

An establishment cannot order Metrc tags and labels until they are credentialed in Metrc. As a reminder, tags and labels are printed in Florida and shipped via UPS with a standard shipping time of 5-7 days. With hurricane season ongoing, please note that weather can affect the processing timelines of your tag orders. Please plan accordingly.

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