In today’s HK Cannabis Law Newsletter, we present information regarding the following topics: current and former NFL stars are caught up in a cannabis lawsuit, Nevada County’s planned use of drones in code enforcement, a California Supreme Court ruling regarding inmates’ possession of cannabis … and more!
How cannabis cultivators plan to deal with the drought in California.
The former mayor of Adelanto, California, was arrested for taking bribes related to cannabis permitting.
Apple changed its policy and decided to permit Weedmaps to allow in-app purchases.
NFL star Julio Jones and his former teammate Roddy White are accused of stealing as much as 2,000 pounds of marijuana and millions of dollars from a cannabis ventures in which they were involved, according to a lawsuit recently filed by their business partners.
Nevada County plans to use drones to find the estimated 3,500-4000 illegal cannabis cultivation operations in its jurisdiction..
The Supreme Court of California ruled that inmates cannot possess cannabis, reversing a lower court ruling that held they could possess it as long as they did not consume it.