Interested North Dakota medical marijuana growers, dispensaries asked to submit letters of intent

The North Dakota Department of Health wants a better idea of how many applications it will receive from medical marijuana growers and dispensaries in the coming months.

The department asked for letters of intent from entities interested in applying to become a registered “compassion center” under the state’s new medical marijuana law Friday, July 7. The letters are due by the end of business July 28.

Kenan Bullinger, director of the department’s medical marijuana division, said an application period will follow the deadline for the letters of intent. A $5,000 non-refundable fee is required with the request for proposal application, not the letter of intent, he said.

“All we want to know with this letter of intent is to see how many applications we’re going to get for both growers and dispensaries,” Bullinger said. “That’ll help us kind of set timelines.”

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