A former Missouri National Guard adjutant general with an extensive career in state politics seeks to open what would be one of the largest commercial medical marijuana operations in the state.
Retired Maj. Gen. Stephen L. Danner heads a business group among the most ambitious of hundreds of competitors for state-issued licenses to grow and sell marijuana, according to a Post-Dispatch review of state records and data from the Department of Health and Senior Services, the agency tasked with regulating the medical marijuana program.
Public documents registering one of the companies, Therapy Harvest Corporation, with the Missouri secretary of state’s office in August identify Steve Danner as president of the group, and list a business address that matches a Kansas City law firm where Danner is of counsel.
The records also list as a registering agent Dan Runion, a partner at the same firm. Contact information for Therapy Harvest in the spreadsheet provided by DHSS included a phone number that matches the law firm’s, and an email address matching Danner’s initials.
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