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Drones won’t be delivering marijuana

Californians jonesing for a high will have to get off their butts and go to a dispensary rather than calling for a special delivery.

California’s Bureau of Cannabis Control issued a statement regarding marijuana delivery by drone, aircraft, watercraft, rail or human powered vehicles:

“Deliveries may be made only in person by enclosed motor vehicle,” the program states. “Vehicles used for delivery must have a dedicated, active GPS device that enables the dispensary to identify the geographic location of the vehicle during delivery.”

The bureau also specifically states that those delivering the cannabis aren’t allowed to consume the substance while out on the delivery.

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