Cannabis Law Newsletter by HK Cannabis Law – November 25, 2020

In today’s HK Cannabis Law Newsletter, we present an update on the cannabis delivery lawsuit in Fresno County, a proposed ordinance to ban smoking in San Francisco, the first proposed city-sanctioned trade organization for cannabis dispensaries in California, and more.

  • The Fresno County Superior Court dismissed a lawsuit filed by several California cities challenging a Bureau of Cannabis Control (“BCC”) regulation allowing delivery of cannabis products in any jurisdiction in the state. Huguenin Kahn partner Robert Kahn, Esq. prepared and filed an amicus brief in support of the BCC during this course of this litigation.

  • San Francisco, CA is considering an ordinance banning smoking and vaping in residential dwellings, which will disproportionally affect cannabis consumers.

  • California State Regulators have awarded $30 million in funding to universities across the state to conduct scientific research evaluating the health and safety impacts of cannabis use.

  • San Diego officials have proposed California’s first city-sanctioned trade association for cannabis dispensaries.

  • The practice of "double-dipping," where legal cannabis businesses operate in both the licensed and illicit cannabis markets, undermines California regulations and create consumer confusion.

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