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|Roughly 380 retailers in 29 counties can now sell both medical and adult-use cannabis.|
|County population in 2019||49,831|
|Basic Demographic Information|
|Resources include the US Census Bureau, City-Data.com, and any additional relevant resources.|
|Total # of Counties||51|
|Total # of Cities/Towns||129 incorporated municipalities consisting of cities and towns|
The Montana Department of Revenue has created a Cannabis Control Division which is overseeing the licensing and regulation of the newly approved adult-use cannabis program.
Edible products are limited to 10 mg servings and 100 mg per package. THC percentage in flower is limited to 35%. Topical products may not contain a THC% greater than 6% and may not exceed 800 mg of THC per package. Capsules, transdermal patches and suppositories can not contain more than 100 mg of THC; 800 mg total per package. These limits are specific to the adult-use cannabis market and do not apply to the medical market.
No, Montana does not allow licenses to be sold or transferred to different ownership.
From January 1, 2022 to June 30, 2023 the Montana Department of Revenue is only accepting applications from businesses either licensed under the previous medical marijuana program or had applications pending for a medical marijuana facility license on or before Nov 3, 2022. After June 30th 2023 the Montana Department of Revenue will issue guidance for general applicants wishing to apply for an adult-use cannabis facility license. To start preparing for Montana’s general application period please book a consultation with the Cannabis License Experts team.
Unlike most other states, Montana is allowing cannabis operations and sales to be permitted in counties where the majority of voters approved Initiative 190 which legalized adult-use cannabis in the state. These counties have the option to allow the sale of adult-use cannabis within their counties through a local referendum.
No, the state regulations do not limit the number of licenses or the type of licenses an entity can hold. Organizations are allowed to operate multiple dispensary locations however every location will need separate approval from the state.
Yes, Montana requires that a location is secured and proof of the right to occupy is required during this process.