New App Offering Marijuana Delivery Coming to California

by Salvatore P. Ciulla on August 6, 2014 · 0 comments

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Two University of Washington students created an app that will enable you to have medical marijuana delivered to your door.


Canary, the creators say, is like Uber for marijuana. Uber is a cab service that enables users to find a cab near them and order a ride by bidding. The app will connect dispensaries and drivers, and will offer service 24/7 as long as there is a dispensary open. The app makers say the service will start in Seattle, but they have plans to expand to Denver and California.


Patients will have to send a photo of their medical marijuana card when they place their order, and will have to show the card again at the time of delivery. The business will have to operate on a cash-only basis since no banks will do business with legal medical marijuana operations until the FDA removes marijuana from the schedule 1 list.


Marijuana has been a schedule 1 substance since the creation of the Controlled Substances Act in 1970. The potential medical applications of marijuana were still being studied at the time. Since then, numerous medical applications have been found for marijuana, so it no longer fits the definition of a schedule 1 substance. Other schedule 1 substances include heroin and LSD.


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