(KGTV) - California regulators have released the new rules for cannabis sales within the state set to take effect next year.
The Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) and two other state agencies released the regulations Thursday, laying out three sets of rules covering licensing, cultivation, tracking and reporting, dispensaries, operations and other aspects that will govern the cannabis industry in California.
One major change will require dispensaries to sell all of their products in pre-packaged containers. Some products, including edibles shaped like animals or fruits, have been outlawed as a consumer protection measure.
Delivery services will be allowed, which surprised marijuana lawyer Kellsi Booth.
"We didn't expect to see comprehensive regulations on that," she said, but was pleased with what the BCC came up with.