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The state’s top prosecutors are blasting a plan to license door-to-door pot deliveries and allow weed cafes as the new regulations for recreational marijuana are being rolled out. The state’s district attorneys are siding with Gov. Charlie Baker and Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh who are questioning the direction the state’s Cannabis Control Commission has been heading. The pot board is taking public comment on its draft 107-page rule book for regulating recreational weed and is set to create the final rules by mid-March to let businesses set up for sales beginning on July 1. Baker, Walsh and now the DAs are pushing back on the commission’s plans, saying delivery licenses and “social consumption” areas such as pot cafes exceed the board’s mandate. The Massachusetts District Attorneys Association sent a letter to the pot panel saying it is “jeopardizing public safety.” “Immediately allowing marijuana in restaurants, coffee shops, theaters, spas and yoga studios is irresponsible, ill-informed and dangerous,” the letter reads. Group pans marijuana delivery, cafe options

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