San Jose permits cultivation, deliveries for MMJ collectives

The City Council in San Jose, California,¬†gave preliminary approval Tuesday¬†to allow the city’s 16 registered medical marijuana collectives to run two cultivation sites and make deliveries to patients or caregivers.

The new rules, which require final approval next week, allow deliveries, but they can be made only between 8 a.m. and midnight, the San Jose Mercury News reported. Delivery drivers must be employed by the collectives and undergo a background check, while their vehicles must be inspected by San Jose police, according to KTVU.com.

The new rules likely won’t take effect until early 2017, a spokesman for

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