Californians can now verify legal cannabis shops using QR codes
Under Proposition 64, cannabis was made legal for (adult) sale in California in 2016. Despite this, many state regulators had a hard time meeting the demands for licensing, banning the sale altogether in many a community, or simply not making the adequate rules for selling it on the legal market.
Moreover, a great many legal dispensaries are being undermined by the black market where cannabis buyers avoid taxes that reach even 50% in some communities.
Last week alone, there were search warrants issued for more than 45 operators in Los Angeles that were considered illegal.
That is why the Bureau of Cannabis Control has announced that cannabis users will soon be able to use their smartphones and find out through a QR code whether the dispensary they want to spend their money on is legal or not. Read more..
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Los Angeles Times