Weed Can Be Delivered to Encinitas

The Encinitas City Council voted last month to approve commercial cannabis deliveries.

The vote came as a response to a mandate from the California Bureau of Cannabis Control allowing commercial deliveries throughout the state

“In the case of delivery, I think it’s appropriate that adults who want to consume these products have the right do that legally,” Councilman Tony Kranz told the LA Times. While councilmembers turned the other cheek regarding deliveries from outside city borders, Encinitas still prohibits any dispensaries from opening within the city.

Anti-marijuana activists also attended the Feb. 20 city council meeting, urging councilmembers to delay the municipal code amendment and wait to see how neighboring cities react to the state law. The Council refused the activists’ plea stating that there was no point in fighting with the state.

Read more at the LA Times.



Tuesday, August 20, 2019 - 19:06

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