California’s new cannabis rules: No drone deliveries or pot-laced shrimp

Careful what you ask for, pot growers and sellers.

The good news was that California voters last year passed Prop. 64, legalizing recreational marijuana and opening up a mutlibillion-dollar market for folks making their living off of pot. The other news came this week, as state regulators released rules governing this burgeoning industry.

Two-hundred-and-seventy-six pages of rules to be exact.

As legal pot sales start in January for the first time, growers and sellers should keep this in mind: Stay 600 feet away from schools and day-care centers; no pot-dealing in strip clubs; no transporting the stuff in self-driving cars or bicycles; and never ever deliver your weed by drone.