California regulators on Friday announced dozens of changes to proposed rules for the state’s recreational and medicinal marijuana markets, kicking off a frenetic 15-day public comment period.

The amendments to proposed rules issued in July are tucked into 318 pages of documents released by the Bureau of Cannabis Control, the Department of Food and Agriculture and the Department of Public Health. The changes respond to some of the 6,000 public comments that were submitted to the state this summer.

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