Marijuana Cafes One Step Closer to Reality

Back in December 2017, state cannabis regulators envisioned an economy in which marijuana could be consumed at a wide variety of businesses: restaurants, yoga studios, and movie theaters.

But after a backlash from Governor Charlie Baker, police, and health officials, the Cannabis Control Commission decided to hit pause on licensed “social consumption” businesses.

Now, the commission is poised to take up the issue again, after an advisory panel voted unanimously this week to recommend that regulators allow cannabis “bars” to open. This time, however, the agency is moving forward much more cautiously, contemplating a slow rollout of marijuana cafes and one-off events in a limited number of cities and towns that opt in.

Read the entire article here by Naomi Martin from The Boston Globe

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