California Proposes Updated Cannabis Rules

The Bureau of Cannabis Control, the Department of Food and Agriculture, and the Department of Public Health have proposed the re-adoption of their emergency regulations on cannabis for another 180 days. But the latest proposal contains some significant changes that would govern the industry for the next six months.

The changes are aimed at providing greater clarity and solving some of the problems facing the industry in the wake of legalization. They include the consolidation of applications and licenses needed to conduct both adult use and medical marijuana activities.

You can read the full text and summaries of the changes at the links below.

BUREAU OF CANNABIS CONTROL

Text of new regulations 

Summary of changes

DEPARTMENT OF FOOD AND AGRILCUTRE

Text of new regulations 

Summary of changes 

DEPARTMETN OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Text of new regulations

Summary of changes


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