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Cannabis Law Newsletter – November 28, 2022

In today’s HK Cannabis Law Newsletter, we present articles regarding THC inflation, cannabis nuns, a legal cocaine derivative, and more!


· California consumers filed suit against Dreamfields Brands, Inc. for allegedly exaggerating the levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (“THC”) in its products.


· On a related note, heavy consumer focus on THC potency has apparently incentivized some misleading practices related to THC levels, which has in turn led to “lab shopping” for testing laboratories willing to manipulate test results to show the highest possible levels of THC.

· California’s unpermitted cannabis-growing nuns would like to improve their bad habit.


· Voters in California recently weighed in on a wide array of cannabis measures. Find out here which ones passed, and which did not.


· Disposal difficulties are cropping up in California, the country’s largest cannabis market.


· Why is the DEA de-scheduling a cocaine-derivative but not taking similar action with regard to cannabis? Good question.

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