Medical marijuana is already allowed to be delivered in Massachusetts, but by licensed retailers and dispensaries. Last Tuesday, the CCC voted to establish a means for independent, wholesale operators to deliver marijuana, no brick-and-mortar store needed. However, the proposal by commissioners has resulted in an outcry of disapproval from many citizens, dispensaries and municipal officials, including Milford Board of Selectmen Chair Will Kingkade.
Editor’s Note: This story has been updated to reflect the vote by the Cannabis Control Commission was moved to Nov. 30.
MILFORD — A proposal to allow independent, wholesale operators to deliver marijuana is scheduled for a Cannabis Control Commission vote on Nov. 30, despite opposition from several dispensaries and municipal officials — including Milford Board of Selectmen Chairman William Kingkade
Delivery of medical marijuana is already allowed in Massachusetts, but only by licensed retailers and dispensaries. But last…