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Cannabis Law Newsletter by HK Cannabis Law – October 15, 2020

In today’s HK Cannabis Law Newsletter, we present articles and information including: the U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal to hear a much-anticipated federal labor law cannabis matter; important changes to California’s banking and labeling laws; California regulatory agencies sue illegal manufacturer for millions in damages; and more than 1.1 million illegal plants seized and destroyed by regulators.

  • The U.S. Supreme Court denied Helix Technologies’ Writ of Certiorari in long-awaited federal labor law dispute.

  • Governor, Gavin Newsom, signs four pieces of legislation including a much awaited labeling law which finally allows cannabis producers to distinguish according to region.

  • Newsom also signs AB 1525 into law making it easier for banks to work with cannabis operators by removing penalties and sharing licensing information.

  • California’s BCC and DPH file suit against unlicensed gummy manufacturer, seeking $64 million in damages.

  • California officials seize and destroy over a million illegally grown cannabis plants following 13-week coordinated operation designed to curtail the illicit cannabis market.

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