Cannabis Law Newsletter by HK Cannabis Law – February 4, 2022

In today’s HK Cannabis Law Newsletter, we present news on proposed new criminal penalties for illicit cannabis cultivation, newly filed litigation involving alleged overreach by law enforcement officials impacting cannabis businesses, proposed legislation that may impact thousands of prior cannabis-related criminal convictions, and more!

  • A California assembly member has proposed new legislation that would reclassify the unlicensed cultivation of more than six plants from a misdemeanor to a felony.

  • A San Francisco-based insurance company is now offering various lines of liability coverage to cannabis business owners, officers and directors.

  • The California Department of Cannabis Control announced a mandatory recall of cannabis flower products believed to be contaminated with a potentially dangerous fungus.

  • A recently filed federal lawsuit charges the FBI and a local California law enforcement agency with the illegal seizure of over one million dollars in cash allegedly derived from state-licensed cannabis sales activity.

  • Newly proposed legislation seeks the acceleration of the ongoing expungement of California cannabis-related convictions.

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