Dr. Juli Crockett, Compliance Director, MMLG and Aaron Lachant, CEO, MMLG, led a workshop on the recently released California cannabis regulations, version 2.0.
Here’s what the workshop covered:
California’s three state cannabis licensing authorities released changes to the proposed cannabis regulations, marking the next step toward adopting non-emergency regulations. Similar to previous proposed changes, there will be a 15-day public comment period where you can make your voice heard.
What changes were made to the regulations? Which changes should you comment on? And how will the changes affect your cannabusiness?
Some of the new regulations covered include the intensified financial interests information required, child proof packaging put off until 2020, possibly the end to white labeling, new licensing fees, prohibition of marketing cannabis goods as alcoholic products, and lots, lots more!