Regulators agree to new approach on cannabis cafés
Marijuana regulators voted Monday to scrap years-old plans that called for rolling out cannabis cafés and other social consumption sites with a 12-municipality pilot program, a step that one official said could bring that voter-approved segment of the industry online “a little quicker.”
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