AUMA: A new hope?

On Monday November 2, the final major initiative proposal to legalize recreational cannabis for adults in California was filed with the state attorney general’s office for title and summary. The AG filing is the last step before signatures are collected to qualify for the November 2016 state ballot.

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WILL NEW LAWS IMPACT EFFORTS TO LEGALIZE MARIJUANA IN 2016?

With just a few weeks to go before the first loose deadline there are more than a half dozen ballot initiatives on the table. The future of adult use cannabis in California—at least in the near term—is uncertain.  It is well known that competing initiatives oftentimes end in failure.

 

 

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Legislation creates 17 license types

Recently signed legislation creates 17 license types. This licensing framework creates a level playing field for small and mid sized businesses, by ensuring fees and requirements are appropriate to the size of the business.

 

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GOVERNOR BROWN SIGNS LANDMARK CANNABIS LEGISLATION

On the afternoon of October 9, 2015 Governor Jerry Brown signed a package of bills that will—for the first time since 1996—regulate the medical cannabis industry in CA. The legislative package consisted of three bills: SB 643, AB 243, and AB 266.

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Readers React: Solutions for marijuana's environmental mess

LA Times Editorial, September 30, 2015

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