Reg­u­la­tors: Pot de­liv­er­ies can be made in Cal­i­for­nia

The Tribune (SLO) - - Insight -

Cal­i­for­nia reg­u­la­tors on Fri­day said mar­i­juana de­liv­er­ies can be made any­where in the state, even in lo­cales that ban cannabis.

Law en­force­ment groups and the Cal­i­for­nia League of Cities op­posed the move, ar­gu­ing that pot de­liv­er­ies to places that ban cannabis erodes lo­cal gov­ern­ment con­trol and will in­crease crime in those ar­eas. The mat­ter has been one of the most de­bated is­sues as state reg­u­la­tors ham­mer out per­ma­nent rules for how pot is grown, tested, pack­aged and de­liv­ered.

Recreational mar­i­juana be­came le­gal in the state after vot­ers passed Propo­si­tion 64 two years ago.

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