A Fresno County Superior Court judge heard oral arguments Monday in a long-awaited case that could have major ramifications for California’s legal cannabis businesses.
At issue is a policy enacted by the state Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) in July 2018 that allows state-licensed marijuana delivery businesses to deliver MJ products anywhere they wish, regardless of city or county restrictions on commercial cannabis operations.
Many licensed delivery companies say the policy has been key to their success to date, so if the policy were overturned, it would greatly reduce the legal consumer base.
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Judge hears arguments in California cannabis delivery case