Alaska Marijuana Control Board Issues Proposed On-Site Consumption Rules
The Alaska Marijuana Control Board, which oversees the states regulatory system for cannabis, has released proposed rules governing on-site consumption of cannabis at approved locations.
Members of the public are invited to review and provide written comments on the proposed rules by 4:30 p.m. on November 1.
A link to the statespage announcing the proposed rules is available here, and a copy of the rules themselves ishere.
Under the proposal, a retailer in a freestanding location could obtain an endorsement to sell adults 21 or over up to a gram of cannabis, which could be consumed at the premises.
Products containing up to 10mg THC could also be available, although concentrates would be prohibited. Retailers could provide non-alcoholic drinks and non-cannabis foods.
Significant security and access provisions apply, but these seem reasonable.
The proposal would close ...