Cannabis Law Newsletter by HK Cannabis Law – March 12, 2021

In today’s HK Cannabis Law Newsletter, we present articles and information regarding Humboldt County’s recent hemp cultivation ban, newly-proposed employment legislation regarding drug testing, a Court ruling regarding due process rights of provisional license holders, and more!

  • Humboldt County permanently bans hemp cultivation in effort to protect cannabis growers from cross-pollination;

  • Newly proposed legislation would prohibit most California employers from testing employees and applicants for cannabis use;

  • Frequent Metrc outages creating costly delays for California cannabis companies;

  • Court rejects California Attorney General Xavier Becerra’s argument that cannabis companies operating under provisional licenses have no due process rights; and

  • Colorado lawmaker proposes bill to limit THC potency amidst growing concerns regarding effects of high-potency products.

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