HK Cannabis Law Newsletter – May 22, 2020

In today’s newsletter, Grass Valley’s cannabis ordinance, cannabis license payment extensions, options for small business owners, and more.

  • The Grass Valley City Council may soon consider a cannabis ordinance.

  • Cannabis is being explored as a potential treatment for neurodegenerative disorders.

  • Businesses with licenses expiring between May 14, 2020, and June 30, 2020, may now apply for a 60-day payment deferral.

  • The House of Representatives included the SAFE Banking Act in its new COVID-19 Relief bill but left out broader economic relief for cannabis businesses.

  • CBD producers face roadblocks in obtaining federal trademark protections.

  • Nevada City’s City Council is anticipating a smaller budget in the upcoming fiscal year but hopes the burgeoning cannabis industry may buttress the local economy.

  • An overview of the options available to small business owners looking for ways to save during COVID-19.

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