In today’s HK Cannabis Law Newsletter, we present articles and information covering: (1) A Federal enforcement action against CBD businesses; (2) How California regulators may relax restrictions on small cannabis businesses to help combat the illicit market; (3) Oregon’s new ban on additives that may be used in vape products; (4) A new California rule requiring Proposition 65 warnings on cannabis products with any detectable amount of THC; and (5) the California Bureau of Cannabis Control’s announcement regarding its equity grant programs.
The Federal Trade Commission initiated an enforcement action against a half-dozen CBD businesses for making unsupported claims connecting CBD to disease treatment.
The Cannabis Advisory Committee, a panel of stakeholders that advises the California BCC, issued a report with recommendations for improving the legal cannabis market.
Oregon acts to ban and recall certain additives in vape products that are potentially harmful to consumers.
California cannabis consumer products must carry a Proposition 65 warning label starting in early January 2021 if the product has any detectable amount of THC.
The California BCC announced that equity grant programs are available for the fiscal year 2020 to 2021. The purpose of the equity program is to support applicants and licensees to further California’s “goal of reducing barriers to entry into the regulated cannabis industry.”
That’s it from HK Cannabis Law for 2020! From the entire team at Huguenin Kahn LLP, we wish you a happy, safe, and healthy New Year!