It should be.
My understanding is that this is the intention, and it's more of a timing issue than anything else as to why that's not included right now. My concern is that throwing millions of dollars at enforcement is not going to solve the problem of the black market and dispensaries that exist right now. We need to look at why they exist. They exist for a number of reasons. They provide enhanced access to cannabis products to people who want or need them, and they provide the type and array of products that people want.
By limiting the availability of cannabis products legally to just dried cannabis and cannabis oil, we are still leaving a wide array of products for which there is clearly a demand, and that the government is not going to be providing through legal channels. People will continue to seek them and access them through illegal channels. Legalization must include a wider array of products. Yes, the concerns about consumption by children or accidental overdosing can all be addressed through prudent packaging, labelling, and product-type regulations. We need to get to work on that right away.