California is taking steps to prevent a product shortfall when the state’s recreational marijuana program launches Jan. 2.
The state plans to provide temporary, four-month licenses to some marijuana growers, testing labs and distributors to ensure there will be enough product to keep retailers supplied, the Los Angeles Times reported.
California’s decision was prompted by a supply shortage in Nevada after the state launched its recreational program July 1.
Nevada’s shortfall stemmed from a dispute over distribution of adult-use cannabis and resulted in higher wholesale prices and a negative impact on the state’s
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