BOSTON — Most things can be delivered to someone’s door, and soon adults in Massachusetts can add marijuana to that list.
The state’s Cannabis Control Commission approved adult-use marijuana delivery in 2019. Advocates argued delivery would help licensed businesses compete with the illicit market and lower financial barriers for minority applicants.
For consumers, it means access to products without having to go to a brick-and-mortar location. There are two license types: A courier license works as a favorite third-party food delivery service. You order from a traditional brick and mortar dispensary, and it’s delivered to consumers for a fee.
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