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The main Harry Potter replica wand — one of 60 varieties produced by the Noble Collection, the largest licensee — has a weight measured in ounces.
All 12 of the large-scale cultivator provisional licensees applied for processor licenses, and at least eight also applied for dispensary licenses, according to business-name and agent lists made available by the Ohio Board of Pharmacy.
The three were trained by the Alzheimer's Resource Center, which is the Connecticut licensee of the program.
The five new licensees would add to 12 already in existence.
Launched in 2010, the program peaked at 340 locations; today, it's offered at only a few U.S. airport cafes, which are run by licensees.
In exchange, those licensees pay the brand royalties.
The company’s licensees and rivals, though, say Qualcomm’s royalty rates are unreasonably high.
Again, there's no national database that keeps track of gun purchases, but the ATF does require federal firearm licensees to report the purchase of multiple handguns by the same purchaser, as mandated by the Gun Control Act of 1968.
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