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‘Cannabis isn't as easy to grow as people think', and then there's the paperwork. Starting an industry from scratch means early shortages of legal pot across Canada.
Snags in the supply chains of legal retail pot stores across Canada are no big surprise for a fledgling industry trying to meet huge demand, experts say. "There's very few industries that flip the switch on one day," said Jay Rosenthal, co-founder and president of Business of Cannabis, which produces content research and events related to the global cannabis industry.
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Can I Use Marijuana In Public?
Under current law, there is no place in the United States that allows the consumption of marijuana in public. While cannabis consumption businesses – known as cannabis cafes – are in the works in some states, marijuana users now are restricted to use in their homes or by joining a private club.
The lone exception is The Coffee Joint in Denver. It is the first and, so far, the only establishment to be licensed by the city for social cannabis use.
If you live in a state where medical or recreational marijuana is legal, it’s likely that the law allows you to grow at least a small amount of marijuana in your home. The amounts vary by state, so be sure to check out the regulations in your area.
While some people grow their own marijuana, most people prefer going to a dispensary or an online marketplace to find the best cannabis-related products, which go far beyond just buying flower to smoke.
One of the issues that come up in states where recreational marijuana is legal is that you can’t always use it even in your own home if you are renting. That’s because many landlords do not allow marijuana use on their property. Obviously, it’s very important to check into whether you can use marijuana in your rented apartment or townhouse.
Both Colorado and California are looking into creating marijuana cafes. They would operate much as a bar does for alcohol. Patrons could both buy marijuana and use it on the premises. Denver took the first step with The Coffee Joint.
Massachusetts wanted to include cannabis cafes with the beginning of the state’s recreational marijuana program, but the issue has been tabled as the program has been slow to get off the ground. Washington also is considering the creation of Amsterdam-style cannabis lounges.
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