Maryland Cannabis Laws and Regulations
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Compiled in partnership with the Maryland State Bar Association, Maryland Cannabis Laws and Regulations provides an overview of the laws that govern the cannabis industry, as well as the laws most related to other cannabis issues, in Maryland.
Maryland Cannabis Laws and Regulations is the authoritative resource for laws governing both medical and recreational cannabis in Maryland. The title includes statutes and the Code of Maryland Regulations relating to cannabis law in Maryland.
Jonathan Havens, Esq. and Qiara Butler provide a Foreword with historical context regarding the cannabis industry in Maryland. Jonathan Havens is a partner at Saul Ewing LLP, where he serves as co-chair of both the firm’s Cannabis Law Practice and its Food, Beverage & Agribusiness Practice, as well as Managing Partner of the firm’s Baltimore office. Qiara Butler is a 2023 summer associate with Saul Ewing, and a rising fourth-year evening student at the University of Baltimore School of Law.
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