State marijuana regulators spent Tuesday hashing out final details of the new rules governing both the medical and non-medical marijuana sectors, and plan to reconvene Thursday to vote to accept the draft regulations.

The Cannabis Control Commission worked through five specific policy issues Tuesday — ownership and control, home delivery of marijuana, public marijuana consumption at certain licensed establishments, suitability and the removal of product — with the idea of releasing the draft regulations at its meeting Thursday.

Those five issues were all that remained to be ironed out; the bulk of the regulations have been prepared by commissioners and CCC staff after holding public hearings and policy debates in recent months as the CCC endeavors to revise and republish the rules for marijuana in Massachusetts.

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