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What is the most ideal path for urban communities to inform the state license offices of their local statutes that manage or potentially disallow commercial non-medical marijuana inside their locales?

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Answered by Harvey Specter
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Unless the state license offices show generally, urban areas should mail duplicates of their local
statutes that control or preclude commercial non-medical marijuana inside their jurisdiction to the
Department of Consumer Affairs, the Bureau of Food and Agriculture, and the Department of Public
Health. Urban communities should consistently check every Department's site to guarantee that this
practice complies with the regulations that Departments may pass with respect to notice of nearby
statutes. Urban areas should ensure that any updates or corrections to local statutes that control or
preclude commercial non-medical marijuana exercises are quickly submitted to each office. 
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