Alaska’s Marijuana Control Board on Thursday approved an amendment to the state’s draft regulations governing on-site cannabis consumption that would permit customers to take a doggy bag home with any unused product they didn’t consume at retail MJ shops.
Alaska is expected to have the first on-site marijuana consumption program in the nation.
The amendment would permit consumers to buy cannabis at licensed on-site cannabis retailers, and then leave the store with any leftover marijuana products as long as they’re resealed in a package, Alaska’s newsminer.com reported.
Before the amendment was introduced, the draft regulations said marijuana products “may not” leave the premises of an on-site consumption retailer.
Before the board can officially approve the updated draft regulations, they must be submitted for a public review and a 30-day comment period, newsminer.com reported.