California Set To Launch Amsterdam-Style Cannabis Cafes Starting Next Year

The bill allows dispensaries and lounges to offer food, beverages, and live music events

Californians will soon have the opportunity to enjoy their favorite snacks alongside their cannabis, thanks to a new bill that aims to introduce Amsterdam-style cannabis cafes in the Golden State.

A proposed bill that sought to legalize cannabis cafes in California, mirroring the successful model established in Amsterdam to expand and diversify the marijuana industry in the state, finally arrived on the desk of Gov. Gavin Newsom this week, who also has to sign a bill that would legalize certain psychedelics in the state.

Introduced by Assemblymember Matt Haney (D-San Francisco) in February, the bill would allow marijuana dispensaries and cannabis lounges in California to offer food and beverages and host live music events, much like the cannabis coffee shops in Amsterdam.

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