56.03.050 Grounds for Denial of Marijuana Employee License
The grounds for denial of a Marijuana Employee License shall be one or more of the following:
(a) The applicant, within the past three (3) years, has violated this title or any state law, statute, rule or regulation relating to the cultivation, processing or distribution of Marijuana.
(b) The applicant has knowingly made a false statement of material fact or has knowingly omitted to state a material fact in the application for a Marijuana Employee License.
(c) The applicant has been convicted of a felony offense or within the past three (10) years of a misdemeanor involving embezzlement against the Tribe or a drug related offense. A conviction within the meaning of this subsection means a plea or verdict of guilty or a conviction following a plea of nolo contendere.
(d) A determination by the Commission that employment of the applicant poses a threat to the public interest or to the effective regulation of Marijuana.
(e) The applicant is under twenty-one (21) years of age.
(f) The required application or renewal fees have not been paid within a reasonable time.