Cannabis Law Newsletter by HK Cannabis Law – August 13, 2020

In today’s Cannabis Law Newsletter, HK Cannabis Law obtained a favorable ruling in County of Santa Cruz, et al v. Bureau of Cannabis Control, et al; why the DEA subpoenaed documents from the BCC, an update on cannabis appellations in California; and more.

  • In case you missed the announcement in our last newsletter, HK Cannabis Law recently secured permission to file a "friend of the court" brief in County of Santa Cruz, et al v. Bureau of Cannabis Control, et al, an important and closely-watched case involving the statewide cannabis delivery rights of retailers and residents.

  • Cannabis “odor” is no longer sufficient probable cause for a warrantless search in Maryland.

  • The House of Representatives voted to protect cannabis businesses operating legally under the auspices of a state regulatory scheme.

  • The DEA revealed in recently filed pleadings that it is seeking documents from the BCC in connection with investigating the illegal importation and transportation of marijuana oil from Mexico.

  • Following in the footsteps of California’s wine industry, the cannabis industry aims for geographic branding.

  • Last month, a group of Southern California District Attorneys moved to dismiss or downgrade more than 100,000 marijuana offenses.

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