Cannabis Law Newsletter by HK Cannabis Law - July 2, 2020

In today’s Cannabis Law Newsletter, California extends fee-deferrals for cannabis businesses, new guidance from FinCEN regarding the treatment of cannabis businesses, new organic classifications in California, and more.


  • Cannabis businesses whose licenses expire between June 30, 2020 and August 31, 2020 can apply for a sixty-day extension, according to California’s cannabis agencies’ new rules.

  • The Los Angeles City Council is considering massive changes to its licensing and equity programs. More here.

  • New technologies are making CBD and THC infused beverages more viable.

  • New “comparable-to-organic” classifications in California may provide new opportunities for brands hoping to stand out in a crowded marketplace.

  • With one exception, states that legalize marijuana don’t regret it.

  • A new clinical trial regarding THC use in metered-dose inhalers shows positive results.

  • Yelp limits advertising features available to cannabis businesses.

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