Pot cafe pilot program scrapped, regulators green light statewide approach

The state’s cannabis board is giving pot cafes the green light.

The regulators tasked with creating the rules around “social consumption sites” have scrapped a pilot program that would have tested out weed cafes in a dozen locations and will dive right into licensing and regulation.

Voters approved adult use of marijuana in Massachusetts in 2016 and many have been legally partaking since the first adult-use pot shop opened late in 2018.

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