The students say they’re interviewing drivers from Uber and Lyft who are interested in working for them. The drivers will have to undergo a background check. Two students at the University of Washington in Seattle are starting a business that they describe as Uber for marijuana. Josiah Tullis and Megh Vakharia are planning to launch a phone app called Canary in Seattle late next month. “[A]n on-demand service that allows you to get cannabis delivered right to your doorstep.” “Canary is an on-demand service that allows you to get cannabis delivered right to your doorstep, Vakharia said in an interview with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Medical-marijuana cardholders will be able to select different strains of pot from different medical dispensaries and then have their order delivered by a cardholding driver. Users can buy in quantities ranging from a gram to an ounce. The app also describes the sensations users can expect to experience with each strain. For example, it describes a variety called “White Widow” as “Happy.
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