Cannabis industry expects to start selling recreational on Feb. 6; What to know when heading to dispensary – KSHB 41 Kansas City News

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Feb. 6 is the target date folks in the cannabis industry believe they’ll be able to start selling recreational cannabis in Missouri.

“Nobody sent out a message saying that’s the definite day but, as I understand it, the comprehensive licenses will be handed out on the 3rd, and the 6th — we’ll be able to sell,” said Rob Sullivan, owner of Fresh Green Dispensaries.

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services told KSHB 41 News that 97% of medicinal cannabis dispensaries requested to expand their licenses to recreational.

The state has until Feb. 6 to approve or deny their applications.

Whether it’s flower, vape pens, edibles or even sparkling water — it’ll all be available to Missourians, or really anyone. You just need a valid ID and must be 21 years and older.

“Any state — it could be a passport, just needs to be a valid ID, not expired,” Sullivan said. “When you come in for rec, have your drivers license and cash.”

Without a medicinal card, you can buy up to three ounces at a time.

However, Sullivan says there is still a benefit to getting a card.

“With a medical card, the minimum limit is six ounces,

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