By Dan Adams and Saurabh Datar Globe Staff  July 03, 2018

According to new data released by the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission, 32 companies and individuals have filed 63 completed applications for recreational marijuana licenses.

The map and table below — based on a list of applications submitted to the commission and released following a public record request from the Globe — show where in the state these prospective operators hope to set up shop and grow, process, or retail cannabis for consumers.

The commission noted it has yet to review all the applications for completeness; some are missing information and will need to be resubmitted. For an application to be complete, the company submitting it must have secured approval from the city or town where it hopes to operate. And before any company can win a state license and open for business, it first needs to show it meets a long list of regulatory requirements and pass state inspections.


This data is current as of July 3, 2018.

If you are unable to see the interactive map in this story, click here.

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