The state Bureau of Cannabis Control is holding a series of public hearings on draft rules that would clearly allow door-to-door pot deliveries even in places where cannabis sales are banned.
But some Californians are pushing back.
At a press briefing on Monday, Charles Harvey, legislative representative for public safety for the League of California Cities, said his organization has concerns about the proposed regulation.
He said local authorities should have the right to regulate pot businesses in their jurisdictions, as dictated by existing pot laws under Prop 64. The league represents 475 of the state's 482 cities.
"These proposed regulations seek to diminish the voice of locals," Harvey said. "If finalized, they could also lead to greater public safety obligations and costs for local law enforcement."