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.