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Now that they’ve settled on a framework for home delivery of marijuana, regulators on the Cannabis Control Commission want the public’s input on the draft rules.

The CCC announced Monday night that it opened a public comment period through Oct. 15 on its recently adopted draft delivery regulations, which would create two delivery license types: a “limited delivery license” that would allow an operator to charge a fee to make deliveries from CCC-licensed retailers and dispensaries, and a “wholesale delivery license” that would let an operator buy marijuana wholesale from cultivators and manufacturers and store it in a warehouse that would form a base for delivery operations.

The Massachusetts Cannabis Association For Delivery, which was among the groups that said the initial draft of delivery rules was unworkable, said the updated regulations “go a long way to creating equity in adult use cannabis licensing” but said that some inequities remain since delivery operators would not be able to do all that brick-and-mortar retailers are allowed.

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