Under a new county law in the works, it would be illegal for specially licensed medical marijuana retailers to deliver cookies or brownies to Marin homes unless they contain cannabis.
On Tuesday, the Marin County Board of Supervisors had a first reading of an ordinance that would allow up to four medical cannabis retailers, making deliveries only, to locate in unincorporated Marin.
The ordinance expressly prohibits licensees from selling food, such as snacks and drinks, unless the snacks and drinks are infused with cannabis.
“Edibles are defined separately,” said county planner Inge Lundegaard. “So edibles would be an allowed cannabis product.”
Earlier in the meeting when Lundegaard was outlining the rules of the new license, several potential applicants misunderstood and objected to what they thought was a county ban on delivering edibles.
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Source: Cannabis Business Times