A handful of lawmakers from each side of the aisle have requested that Massachusetts marijuana regulators scrap the proposed supply license that will let operators purchase marijuana wholesale from cultivators and producers, retailer it in a warehouse and ship it to customers at residence.

The Hashish Management Fee is predicted Tuesday morning to contemplate suggestions and maintain a remaining dialogue about its draft supply coverage, which might create two distinct supply license varieties: a “restricted supply license” that will enable an operator to cost a payment to make deliveries from CCC-licensed retailers and dispensaries, and a “wholesale supply license.”

In a letter final week, 19 state lawmakers instructed the CCC that they “imagine that the wholesale supply license class proposed within the draft laws was not contemplated, nor supported, by the enabling laws” and requested the fee to rethink its plan to take a remaining vote on the laws subsequent week.

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