I took advantage of the two cannabis dispensary companies that offer free statewide delivery.
It took several years for my state to pass a law legalizing medical cannabis dispensaries after a few failed attempts just to get the measure put on the ballot for us to all vote on. I signed a petition several years during election cycles in the preceding years, but the supporters didn’t get enough signatures at first. It finally went to vote in 2014 but failed to reach the 60% approval threshold that is the law in my state specifically. But when the medical cannabis constitutional amendment was put on the ballot in 2016, over 70% of the electorate voted in favor. Unfortunately, it took some time for the state to approve licenses for new marijuana companies here and there was a lot of corruption between certain lobbyists and several state officials. However, by 2022 we have a fairly large selection of medical cannabis dispensaries statewide compared to some of the other states in the country. Most of them offer cannabis delivery services as well, which provides options for patients who either lack transportation or the money to put fuel in the car. I lived in an area for a while that was 30 minutes away from the nearest medical cannabis dispensaries. I took advantage of the two cannabis dispensary companies that offer free statewide delivery. They implemented these free delivery services before gas prices shot up, so I don’t know if these services will be permanent or not. Hopefully I won’t lose my option for free cannabis dispensary deliveries. It’s extremely convenient for people like myself who work from home and order many of their groceries through delivery services in the first place.