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A marijuana cultivation company that was bumped from among the initial 15 winning applicants for a Maryland grower’s license is suing the state’s Medical Cannabis Commission.

The case could further delay the rollout of the Maryland medical marijuana program, which already is several months behind its originally anticipated launch.

The commission said it bumped GTI Maryland in a bid to broaden the geographic diversity of the state’s MMJ program, as required by law, the Baltimore Sun reported.

GTI Maryland originally was among the top 15 applicants for a grower license, but it was the lowest-ranking applicant of three companies that applied for

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