CA Regulator Says Delivery Drivers Can Go Everywhere

Tuesday, December 11th 2018
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As part of its final regulations draft, the Bureau of Cannabis Control announced Friday in San Francisco that even counties with marijuana sales prohibitions cannot ban licensed delivery services. The issue of how delivery drivers can function in jurisdictions that don't allow marijuana sales has been among the most perplexing and divisive in a chaotic legalization rollout. (Santa Rosa Press-Democrat)

  • The move was opposed by the California Police Chiefs Association, the League of California Cities, and United Food and Commercial Workers Western States Council, who have begun an online petition.
  • “Regulated marijuana dispensaries have tough security, checks for identity and legal age and strictly licensed workers,” council executive director James Araby said in a statement. “If marijuana can be delivered anywhere with virtually no regulation, California will lose these safeguards.”
  • Unless California's Office of Administrative law objects to the ruling, it will become law 30 days from the ruling's date. The bureau holds that Prop. 64 allows for deliveries statewide.
  • Unless California's Office of Administrative law objects to the ruling, it will become law 30 days from the ruling's date. The bureau holds that Prop. 64 allows for deliveries statewide.

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