There’s a small storefront in Anaheim where shoppers can use a digital kiosk to summon a nearby driver to deliver cannabis, spending about as much time and money as they would spend buying cannabis at any licensed shop.
The difference? Anaheim, like most cities in California, doesn’t license cannabis stores.
The kiosk-and-delivery model is a concept developed by a Santa Ana-licensed cannabis retailer to reach customers beyond its hometown through a loophole in state law that permits marijuana deliveries even in cities that have otherwise banned the industry.
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