Deliveries can be made directly to the customer’s home or place of business. However, a deliverer can’t just show up at your door and offer you products. You have to order the cannabis products and then have them delivered. So it won’t be like an ice cream truck circling the neighborhood.
Current marijuana laws have “disproportionately impacted African-American and Latinx communities,” the legislation reads. And one of the goals of legalizing and regulating the sale of cannabis, it says, is to “make substantial investments in communities and people most impacted by cannabis criminalization to address the collateral consequences of such criminalization.”
Forty percent of the tax revenue collected from cannabis will go to community reinvestment funds.
But the legislation also lays out avenues for people most impacted by marijuana laws to get involved in the legal trade of cannabis. It sets a goal of awarding half of the licenses related to adult-use of cannabis to “individuals from communities disproportionately impacted by the enforcement of cannabis prohibition,” minority-owned businesses, women-owned businesses, distressed farmers and service-disabled veterans.
Extra priority will be given to individuals who live in the disproportionately impacted communities, have an income lower than 80% of the median income of the county in which they reside, or have been convicted of marijuana-related offenses prior to the date that the legislation is signed or are the parent, guardian, child, spouse or dependent of someone convicted of a marijuana-related offense.