BOSTON — Marijuana users could get high at “cafes” or have the drug delivered to their doorstep under new rules being weighed by state regulators, though it may be a long time before those services are available.

The state’s five-member Cannabis Control Commission recently approved plans for a pilot project of social-consumption sites in a dozen communities, including five that have already volunteered — Amherst, North Adams, Provincetown, Somerville and Springfield. Regulators will allow up to seven other communities to participate.

Read the full article by Christian M. Wade from The Eagle Tribune here.

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