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But Dispensaries Would Have To Meet Training Procedures For Such Service.

The daily purchase limits would still apply, so a single household could not receive more than one ounce of recreational flower or two ounces of medical a day. There would also be limits on residences where deliveries are allowed: Residential homes would be okay, but delivery would not be available for public spaces, dormitories, hotels or commercial businesses. Related Stories Eleven States Considering Pot Laws In 2017 If Senate Bill 192 passes, local jurisdictions could not prohibit dispensaries from partaking in the delivery service. But dispensaries would have to meet training procedures for such service. The state’s Cannabis Tracking System would also require dispensaries to closely document their routes, keep manifests, and inventory the medical marijuana products and retail amounts. Drivers would also have to log the number of locations on each drive and track the route between destinations. Product would be kept in a lockbox inside the vehicle. And not only would the customer making the order have to be 21 or older, but he or she would have to sign for it and could not be visibly intoxicated when it is delivered. Dispensary endorsements for medical marijuana would begin on January 2, 2018, and retail on January 2, 2019. The proposed system is similar to a program in Oregon that launched earlier this month and allows deliveries to carry up to $3,000 in product. Oregon’s Liquor Control Commission already oversees all the regulations for the state’s recreational cannabis program, and the delivery program is managed by the same agency.

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