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What would it look like if Minnesota passes a law legalizing cannabis?

The DFL-led legislature is on track to legalize recreational cannabis this year, a move that would usher in a new industry and bring with it new rules and regulations. But what would it look like to try to bring a black market industry into the light? 

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The legislation establishes a new state Office of Cannabis Management, which would be the primary regulator. Local governments would have some power to determine where businesses would be allowed to operate in their communities. 

New cannabis business licenses would cover all parts of the production and distribution: from cultivation, manufacturing, wholesale, and retail -- to even delivery of products and event organization. 

There would also be separate licenses for the existing medical cannabis marketplace and if a business wants to produce and sell only low-dose THC edibles, which became legal last summer. 


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