– Cannabis/Marijuana Industry News

On Tuesday, October 20, 2020, the Cannabis Control Commission (the “Commission”) approved several policy changes with respect to its draft regulations; the most significant change being the re-categorization of two Marijuana Establishment types which, if enacted, would authorize licensees to provide limited delivery services to adult-use cannabis consumers in the Commonwealth. The approval comes after a public comment period which ended on October 15. A final vote on all policy changes to both the adult-use and medical marijuana regulations is scheduled to be held at a public meeting on October 29.

In its press release, the Commission states that the newly categorized Marijuana Courier and Marijuana Delivery Operator license types – which were previously referred to as the Limited Delivery License and the Wholesale Delivery License – will further the Commission’s mission to enable meaningful participation in the legal cannabis industry by communities that have been disproportionately harmed by marijuana prohibition. Further, the Commission asserts that such policy changes are necessary in order to satisfy consumer demand which is currently being met by the illicit cannabis market. In light of the Commission’s stated motivation behind the policy change, the draft delivery regulations currently specify that both newly categorized … Keep reading

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