Massachusetts Cannabis Subcommittee Votes To Allow Marijuana Cafes

The group also voted unanimously to allow home delivery

An independent panel of cannabis advisors in Massachusetts voted Wednesday in favor of allowing on-site social use of marijuana at designated cafes, as well as delivery of marijuana products to customers, according to a report.

Members of the Cannabis Advisory Board’s public safety subcommittee met Wednesday afternoon to discuss whether consumption of marijuana in a social setting would be allowed in the Bay State, and whether home delivery would be allowed. According to the Boston Globe, the subcommittee voted 5-2 to recommend allowing social marijuana cafes.

The group also voted unanimously to allow home delivery, the Globe reported, adding that members disagreed on how that should be regulated.

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