Massachusetts Cannabis Manage Commission tends to make key alter to delivery licenses, targeted at enhancing social equity

State marijuana regulators have created alterations to the set of regulations that has been below improvement for months to let delivery licensees to get marijuana wholesale from cultivators and companies, a alter that a single regulator mentioned is crucial to equity in the newly-legal business.

The way the Cannabis Manage Commission had drafted its newest set of regulations, delivery licensees would have functioned primarily as couriers — sourcing marijuana and marijuana goods from CCC-licensed retailers and generating similar-day deliveries to prospects for a charge. Various potential cannabis delivery operators told commissioners for the duration of a public hearing that the framework for delivery would not function as initially written.

In the course of a meeting Friday to comb by means of bundles of outstanding policy inquiries, the CCC voted to let delivery businesses to supply the marijuana and goods they give for delivery from CCC-licensed cultivators and item companies on a wholesale basis. Delivery licenses are offered exclusively to participants in the CCC’s Social Equity System and certified financial empowerment applicants, and the commission voted Friday to raise that exclusivity period from two years to 3 years. [Read more at MassLive]

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