On Friday, California’s State cannabis licensing agencies released the proposed modifications to the Permanent State Regulations.
These regulations are open for only a 15-day Public Comment period. All comments are due no later than November 5, 2018 at 5 PM.
Click here for more information, proposed forms and regulations.
Now is the time to provide your input and voice your opinions and concerns to the State’s cannabis licensing agencies.
Key provisions include:
Heightened disclosure requirements for parties holding direct and indirect financial interests
Third-party delivery companies would be required to have state marijuana commercial licenses
A cannabis delivery vehicle would only be allowed to carry $5,000 worth of inventory, reduced from $10,000
Licensed cannabis events could be held outside of fairgrounds
Many packaging and labeling changes regarding THC and CBD content, as well as child-resistant packaging requirements
Modified testing requirements, meant to help lessen the amount of product failures and recalls
Agreements with legacy operators that did not have a state permit would be prohibited
If you are interested in commenting on any of the attached Regulations, than you may do so by submitting a comment in writing to:
Bureau of Cannabis Control – All General Licensing Requirements; as well as Distributors, Retailers, Delivery, Testing Laboratories, and Microbusinesses:
Submit written comments to:
Lori Ajax, Chief Bureau of Cannabis Control
2920 Kilgore Road
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670
CDFA CalCannabis – Cultivation Licenses
Amanda Brown, Regulations Coordinator
California Department of Food and Agriculture
CalCannabis Cultivation Licensing Division
P.O. Box 942871
Sacramento, CA 94271
CDPH Manufactured Cannabis Safety Branch – Manufacturing Licenses
**Please include the title of the proposed regulations (DPH-17-010) with your comment.**
CDPH Office of Regulations
1415 L Street, Suite 500
Sacramento, CA 95814
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