New Bill Would Allow Pot Delivery Anywhere In The State Of Maine
A public hearing is taking place today (1/19/22) at the Maine State House about a bill that would allow the delivery of marijuana, anywhere in the State of Maine, according to a report by WMTW.
The bill, sponsored by Rep. Joseph Perry of Bangor would allow all marijuana stores in Maine to be able to deliver marijuana plants, adult-use marijuana flower and marijuana products, such as edibles anywhere in the state. This would be for operations that are solely retailers, or store fronts.
The bill, also states that delivery can take place to any town or city in the state, regardless if a community has approved the operation of cannabis stores in it's jurisdiction or not.
Medical marijuana currently allows for delivery. The questions at hand focus solely on the adult-use marijuana market in Maine, which is governed and managed differently than Maine Medical marijuana.
With adult-use marijuana sales topping more than $80 million in 2021, the opportunities that come along with being able to deliver the cannabis products could be considerable.
What is your take on the subject? Are you OK with this bill passing or do you have concerns about it? Let us know below in the comments section.
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