Ansell Grimm & Aaron PC partner Josh Bauchner recently spoke to NJBiz about the ongoing battle with New Jersey to address what multiple applicants for medical marijuana facility licenses say is a technical failure on the state’s part that lead to the unjust denial of their applications.
Bauchner, who represents a number of the denied applicants told NJBiz, “The DOH is arbitrarily eliminating candidates on [the file] corruption issue. Those may very well be the best candidates, so why should they be deleted? The most fair and equitable way to resolve the whole problem [is] to allow the appellants to file any documents that were corrupt with certification that they weren’t changed and to score everyone’s application on merit.”
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