Regulation Will Make You Get Separate Licenses
Video Transcription: How do the legislative updates affect you as a licensee for indoor and outdoor growth? I am Tulsa medical marijuana business attorney, Ope Adegbuyi
In my last videos, we talked about requirements for indoor and outdoor growth, and now we’re going to be talking about what would happen if you own both an outdoor grow and an indoor grow at one location.
So according to the newly passed House Bill 2179, which will be effective November 1st, 2022, for a medical marijuana commercial grower that has a combination of both an indoor grow and an outdoor grow at one location, the medical marijuana commercial grows shall be required to obtain separate licenses from the authority for each of the grow operation, and will be subject to the licensing fees provided for both the outdoor grow and the indoor grow.
And so that means that if you have an indoor grow and an outdoor grow, you’re going to get a license for your outdoor to grow and fall under the tiers. So for example, if you had a 20-half-acre outdoor grow, then you pay the 2,500 fees. And if you had 10,000 square feet of canopy indoor grow, then you pay the 2,500 fees as well, for you to get both licenses.
For more information from a marijuana grower license lawyer in Oklahoma, you can contact me at oklahomamedicalmarijuana.attorney.