Department of Health Services Issues 31 New Dispensary Licenses

Today, October 6, 2016, the Arizona Department of Health Services notified 31 of 750 applicants that they were selected to receive Dispensary Registration Certificates that allow each “winner” the right to open an Arizona medical marijuana dispensary.  The areas awarded new dispensary licenses, the CHAA names and CHAA ids are set forth in DHS’ Dispensary Registration Certification Allocation Results.

Nine of the 31 licenses were determined by the random selection process.  Balls with a number for each applicant were placed in a machine and blown through the air for 15 seconds after which one of the balls entered a tube at random and became the “winning” ball.  DHS’ accounting firm of Henry & Horne conducted the random selection process.

The CHAAs that had random selections, the number of applicants in that CHAA and the winning applicant’s number are as follows:

  • CHAA 8 had 24 applications and the winner was applicant #1508
  • CHAA 26 had 4 applications and the winner was applicant #1514
  • CHAA 40 had 2 applications and the winner was applicant #1307
  • CHAA 52 had 2 applications and the winner was applicant #1240
  • CHAA 59 had 5 applications and the winner was applicant #1359
  • CHAA 60 had 3 applications and the winner was applicant #1352
  • CHAA 77 had 3 applications and the winner was applicant #1481
  • CHAA 78 had 3 applications and the winner was applicant #1271
  • CHAA 105 had 2 applications and the winner was applicant #1015

The Random Selection Process

By |2016-10-06T21:10:45+00:00October 6th, 2016|Dept Health Services, Stories & Articles|Comments Off on Department of Health Services Issues 31 New Dispensary Licenses

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The author of this article is Richard Keyt, an Arizona business law attorney who is the creator of this Arizona medical marijuana law website. Connect with Richard at 480-664-7478 or on Google+
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