CUMBERLAND, Md. (AP) — The owner of a medical marijuana dispensary in Cumberland says he hopes to open for business in November.

The Cumberland Times-News reports that one of three owners of the Allegany Medical Marijuana Dispensary recently gave the newspaper an update on his business.

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Sajal Roy says the dispensary has faced delays due to a lack of approved marijuana growers with available product. He also says he found he needed additional upgrades at the dispensary facility.

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He says he intends to ask the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission to inspect his business in mid-September. He also says the dispensary has been working with a grower in Frederick. He says Green Leaf Medical has assured him that product will be available as soon as November.

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