LOS ANGELES — The largest legal marijuana marketplace in the U.S. is taking shape — at least on paper.
California regulators released long-awaited rules Thursday that will govern the state’s emerging cannabis economy, from fields to retail sales.
The regulations have been in development for many months and in some cases covered familiar ground: At first, the state will issue only temporary licenses to growers and retailers, provided they have a local permit to open for business.
Other changes appeared significant.
Preliminary information from the state indicated a maximum…