Maine hires second marijuana consultant for $10,000


Maine has cut a deal with the losing bidder for the state’s marijuana consulting contract, agreeing to pay it $10,000 to drop its administrative appeal and analyze the winning bidder’s proposed recreational marijuana regulations. The deal with BOTEC Analysis of Los Angeles, which wrote Washington State’s marijuana regulations, was cut on April 8, three days before Maine received draft rules from Freedman & Koski of Colorado , whose principals launched Colorado’s adult-use cannabis market.

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