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The agency in charge of medical marijuana in Maryland is facing questions about its procurement procedures. Auditors from Maryland’s Office of Legislative Audits recently found the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission may have violated state procurement law by using a memorandum of understanding with Towson University to conduct research, rather than a competitive bidding process. The audit also found the research cost three times the initial estimates, and that the commission is behind on paying Towson for the work.

Full Story: Baltimore Post-Examiner

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