Cannabis Law Newsletter by HK Cannabis Law – July 24, 2020

In today’s Cannabis Law Newsletter, a costly lighting requirement for indoor growers, a raid on a cannabis farmers market, how cross-pollination may result in litigation, and more.

  • The California Energy Commission is considering a proposal that would require indoor cultivators to use only LED lights by 2023, a requirement that would likely cost California’s indoor growers approximately $255 million.

  • In what may turn out to be the first of many raids on what are essentially cannabis farmers markets, California law enforcement recently confiscated more than $700,000 from a gathering of seven cannabis vendors in Fresno.

  • Despite having only 1.8% of California’s land, Santa Barbara grows one third of California’s cannabis.

  • Occasional cannabis use likely raises the risk of COVID-19 complications.

  • The poster child for CBD treatment of epilepsy dead at 13.

  • Cross-pollination is poised to prompt a wave of litigation in light of the USDA’s new hemp rules.

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