In many jurisdictions across the country there have been debates regarding recreational marijuana use and sales. Some jurisdictions prohibit the sale or distribution of marijuana to anyone younger than 18 while others only allow it for adults over the age of 18. Still others don’t regulate the distribution of marijuana at all, relying on state government officials to police the plant and protect minors from harm. Here are some of the latest developments in this highly controversial issue.Feel free to find more information at Dispensaries near Me.
Currently, the city of Oakland, CA has voted to allow cannabis sales and distribution, but it will be illegal to smoke marijuana publicly. The city of Emeryville, MD also has legalized recreational marijuana but has not implemented a regulated market. Several counties across much of the United States have either voted to legalize cannabis outright, or are planning to do so soon. These include; Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Washington.
If the marijuana industry can survive this latest development in the industry, then other states with legal adult use of cannabis could follow suit and tax and regulate sales across the board. Currently, just three states regulate cannabis, which means that Alaska, California, and Colorado, plus the District of Columbia, have no regulation at all. This lack of regulation is causing problems for customers who need edibles that are legal in one jurisdiction yet illegal in another, but this could soon change as state officials realize that revenue is one of the key drivers behind regulating the cannabis industry. Other great resources for finding and consuming edibles include; books, magazines, internet websites, and television shows.
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