A bill to regulate commercial marijuana, including proposed business license types, was introduced in the Alaska Legislature on Wednesday.
Senate Bill 62 was forwarded to the State Affairs committee after being introduced on the Senate floor.
Alaska's law legalizing recreational marijuana use went into effect Tuesday. While the law outlines conduct surrounding personal use, what commercialization will look like is left up to the state to figure out. The state has nine months to craft regulations for businesses.
Some details proposed in the measure:
• Businesses would need to be at least 200 feet from a church, school grounds or correctional facility.
• Retailers could sell only up to 1 ounce of pot to a single person in one day.
• Retailers would have to be closed between midnight and 8 a.m.
• Advertising couldn't be "in a manner enticing to minors."
• Packaging would be childproof.