At least one marijuana delivery service is openly selling pot in Southcentral Alaska, more than a month before the ballot initiative that legalized recreational marijuana use in the state officially goes into effect.
“Technically we are acting [rogue] … but look forward to being legal soon,” reads the website of Discreet Deliveries, which offers to drop off up to an ounce of marijuana to paying customers in Anchorage and the Matanuska Valley.
Discreet Deliveries owner Rocky Burns, a 37-year-old former real estate agent from Wasilla, seems to be taking the risks in stride.
“If I was at all worried, I wouldn’t have started,” Burns said.
But state agencies on Monday warned that such a cavalier approach is dangerous. [Read More]