Arizona Daily Star:  “State Health Director Will Humble said Thursday that he will license new dispensaries even if their owners have nothing ready to sell.  Humble said state regulations require that once dispensaries are licensed, they must immediately open their doors for customers and stay open for at least 30 hours a week. That means having something to sell.  But he said the law precludes anyone from even starting to cultivate some seeds to grow a crop until they have that license. Nor can they even ask others who have marijuana to let them have some until that moment.  So Humble has decided to provide a grace period to give new shop owners time to stock their shelves. And the amount of time provided will vary by each dispensary’s need.”