County Fairs Could Sell Marijuana Right Alongside Fried Twinkies in California

A California law would clarify rules around the state’s now-legal marijuana.

A new law being proposed in California will help clarify some of the state’s marijuana laws – and even allow marijuana businesses to set up shop at county fairs.

Senate Bill 94 would allow marijuana vendors to apply for temporary licenses to sell their products on fair grounds. That means that next time you’re at a county fair in California, you might find lemonade, hot dog, and funnel cake stands and booths hawking marijuana right next door.

The proposed bill would also allow marijuana home deliveries and set standards for growing organic marijuana.

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