SACRAMENTO—State officials will likely need to rely on emergency rules, provisional licenses and grace periods to ensure California’s recreational marijuana market is up and running by Jan. 1, 2018, the state’s lead pot regulator said Monday.
Lori Ajax, chief of the Bureau of Medical Cannabis Regulation, told a state Senate committee that “there are a lot of challenges” to drafting rules for what could be a $6 billion recreational industry.
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