The Alabama Medical Cannabis Commission (AMCC) is implementing a statewide seed-to-sale tracking system for medical cannabis to ensure product quality and safety.

AMCC External Affairs Director Brittany Peters told 1819 News that the tracking system will allow “the Commission to track cannabis throughout cultivation, transportation, processing, testing and dispensing of medical cannabis.”

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The system will help hold licensees accountable and will help track how much cannabis is produced, processed, and sold in the state, Peters said.

The commission is also implementing a system for state and local law enforcement to validate medical cannabis cards and enforce driver license suspensions for patients “who have been recommended a daily dosage of medical cannabis that exceeds 75 milligrams THC,” according to 1819 News.

The AMCC is in the process of rolling out the state’s medical program, which should be operational by late next year, according to the commission’s timeline.