Later this year, Alaska marijuana consumers will be able to buy their cannabis and smoke it, too—all under the same roof.

Adults 21 and over can buy regulated and taxed cannabis from licensed storefront dispensaries in a growing number of U.S. states -- but until Alaska Lt. Gov. Kevin Meyer (R) signed his state’s new on-site consumption regulations into law on Tuesday, no states had explicitly permitted on-site consumption.

There are some dispensaries in California that allow cannabis users to consume their purchases on-site—nearly all of which are in San Francisco, which permitted on-site use in the medical marijuana era -- and businesses in Denver can apply for a permit to allow vaporizing.

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Chris Roberts ~ MarijuanaMoment.net

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