Massachusetts Delays Action on Cannabis Cafés, Home Delivery | Leafly
BOSTON (AP) — The panel set up to regulate the state’s new marijuana industry has opted to delay action on the launch of the proposed home delivery of the drug and so-called “cannabis cafes” where individuals could smoke the drug in a communal setting.
The five-member Cannabis Control Commission voted Monday to postpone licensing home deliveries and the cafes until the fall while pushing forward to finalize regulations allowing the commercial sale of the drug in Massachusetts by July 1.
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