Earlier this year, state health officials blocked Leafly from offering the service on grounds that it violated a state law banning operators from contracting for services “directly related to the cultivation, processing and dispensing” of cannabis.
- Leafly argued it is not engaged in such services since it does not accept payment or distribute product.
- Judge Suzanne Van Wyk ordered the state to stop enforcing the policy.
- Leafly, in partnership with Jane Technologies had been a significant ordering platform in the state, the country’s largest MED-only market.
- WeedWeek previously discussed how the partnership works.