Maine pioneers with new law allowing cannabis sales at social events
Major news coming from Maine as the state has passed a pioneering piece of legislation, opening new avenues for its cannabis industry. The new law allows adult-use cannabis stores to sell their products at specified events under certain conditions, effectively allowing these stores to step out of their conventional premises and participate more fully in social events.
To take part, stores must secure a specified event permit, which requires details about the event, local municipality approval, a detailed security plan, and a $200 non-refundable application fee. While the process may seem rigorous, it’s a significant stride forward in cannabis social integration, positioning Maine at the forefront of the industry. It’s an exciting development that we’ll be watching closely as it unfolds.