On Friday, California started accepting applications from business, which want to operate in the legal marijuana industry of the state next year, a milestone for the flourishing market.

After a while in development, an online system has been launched and will be allowing distributors, retailers, and testing labs for seeking state license that are required for conducting business. I was on 1st Jan when the recreational sales on pots in California, joining the long-running cannabis medical industry.

Lori Ajax who leads the State Bureau of Cannabis Control mentioned in a statement, now that applications are heading in, they can now officially stepping to issuing first state licenses of California for commercial cannabis industry.

The state officials reported that by afternoon the online site was functioning well and visitors seemed to be highly popularizing with it instead of submitting entire applications. The total amount of fulfilled applications was not available instantly.

In an email, the spokesman Alex Traverso said; people are developing accounts and are checking out the site. Some individuals have begun an application but may be investing in some information and then completing the rest later.

When issued, the licenses that are temporary will not be efficacious until 1st January and businesses require local permits before applying for licenses of the state. With the valid local permission, those who will be applying will need to disclose owners within business, their whereabouts, furnish diagrams of the establishments and advance documents, which show how their business of cannabis would be functioning at the sites.

The cities and state have been bumping to construct rules for governing the projected industry for $7 billion that range from where plants can be grown for determining the location of the pot businesses.

This week the City Council of Los Angeles authorized regulations under the one where the dormitory neighbourhoods, would be mostly off-limits to the pot businesses. Buffer zones should be set up across parks, school, and libraries.

In a state with an immense illegal pot market, one prolonged question that arises is how many businesses will come ahead to urge license for this new legal market.