Facility Licensing and Compliance
Patient Services
Physician Information
Frequently Asked Questions
Complaint Form
Facility Communications and Guidance
Fee schedule
DCR Communication and Resource Center

Round 2 Microbusiness Lottery Drawing Results

The application period for the second round of microbusinesses closed April 29, 2024. The Department received 2,083 applications; 734 wholesale applications and 1,349 dispensary applications. There is a total of 33 microbusiness wholesale facility and 24 microbusiness dispensary facility licenses awarded during this round. The lottery drawing for the second round of microbusinesses was conducted Tuesday, June 4, 2024. Results of the random drawing have been posted below. Selection of an application by the lottery does not guarantee a license will be issued.

Microbusiness timeline
The Department has started the process of lifting some of the current administrative holds on product. During this process, some administrative holds will be temporarily lifted and then reestablished. Once the process is complete, we will provide information regarding marijuana product that is removed from and marijuana product that remains on hold from the August 14, 2023 product recall. This notice should be issued by the end of the week. All product associated with the recall that was on administrative hold should remain quarantined until the updated lists are posted. Marijuana product not associated with the recall that has recently been removed from administrative hold may be further processed or sold to consumers.


  • NEWS RELEASE: Second round of cannabis microbusiness applicants selected by random lottery drawing
  • The Cannabis Connection Newsletter – January 2024
  • The Division of Cannabis Regulation (DCR) added a QR code to the backside of Agent ID cards. DCR encourages current Agent ID cardholders to download a new card from the online registry portal. Licensees and DCR may use the QR code to verify if an individual’s Agent ID card is valid and belongs to the individual in possession of the license. Please contact Cannabisinfo@health.mo.gov for troubleshooting assistance.
    qr code added to backside of agent id cards
  • NEW Consumer, Qualified Patient, and Caregiver Authorized Cultivation Cardholders Prohibited from Selling Marijuana Products
  • Variance – Microbusiness Fingerprint Submission Timeframe (4/4/24)
  • NEWS RELEASE: Missouri cannabis regulators provide guidance, cautions to future microbusiness applicants
  • Licensed patients, caregivers, and consumer cultivators are required to present both sides of their identification cards, downloaded from the license dashboard in the online registry, when making purchases at dispensaries. Department rules now require licensed dispensaries to scan the barcode located on the back of the Department-issued identification cards at time of sale to record patient, primary caregiver, and consumer cultivator purchases; therefore, individuals presenting only the front side of an identification card may not be allowed to make purchases. In addition, identification cards saved to a mobile device should be a PDF file and downloaded directly from the license dashboard. Nested images, those that have been saved from other saved files rather than directly downloaded, and .jpeg versions of the original file not be readable by card scanning devices. Current licensees can download their license at any time from the license dashboard within their account. For further instructions for downloading an approved license, tutorial steps are available here.
  • The Licensee Common Relationships webpage is now available.
  • The first day of consumer cannabis sales was February 3, 2023. Total sales for this opening weekend (February 3 - February 5, 2023) were consumer sales, $8,500,900.61, and medical marijuana sales, $4,189,064.46, for a combined total of $12,689,965.07. Important note: These numbers are not final. The final numbers may shift due to system reconciliations, such as data processing time, reporting corrections, returns and refunds. Moving forward, consumer sales data will be made available on a monthly basis, just as medical marijuana sales data has been reported. This data will be available here.
  • The Department has approved requests to convert medical facility licenses to comprehensive facility licenses. Information regarding which licensees are now comprehensive licensees and whether they are approved to operate can be found here.
  • Pursuant to 19 CSR 100-1.050(4)(C)4, the department is not currently accepting physician certifications from Dr. Zinia Thomas.