In today’s HK Cannabis Law Newsletter, we present an article from the HK Cannabis practice group explaining and evaluating the regulations adopted by the Dept. of Cannabis Control (“DCC”) at the end of September 2021, as well as information regarding a host of other topics, including: a recent suit filed against El Dorado County for allegedly obstructing adult-use cannabis licensing, possible changes to the Los Angeles marijuana licensing and social equity program, a push for state governors to seek federal protection for interstate cannabis commerce, California rounding up illicit cannabis operations, and more!
HK Cannabis Law presents an in-depth review of the DCC’s new regulations, revealing new insights about the changes made to the former rules;
El Dorado County growers sue the County for allegedly blocking adult-use cannabis licensing against the will of the voters;
Los Angeles considers new changes to its marijuana licensing and social equity program, spearheaded by license applicants waiting to open their businesses;
Marijuana activists push for California and other state governors to request federal protection for interstate cannabis commerce;
California cracks down on illicit cannabis operations; and
Republican puts forth bill to legalize marijuana on the federal level.