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Managing Director & CEO – aBIZinaBOX Inc. – CPA’s 

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Evanston HQ [Chicago] – Oakland – New York

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Bureau of Cannabis Control

California Department of Public Health [“CDPH”], and the California Department of Food and Agriculture [“CDFA”] issued 15-day notices of modification to the texts of their respective proposed regulations.

We will provide an update on the implications of these modifications as soon as we can read through them.  We have uploaded copies of the actual text of the changes that you can read at:

https://shwca.se/Oct192018RegulationChanges

Changes to Proposed Cannabis Regulations – October 2018 (NEW)

The state’s three cannabis licensing authorities recently announced changes to the proposed cannabis regulations published to the California Regulatory Notice Register on July 13, 2018. These proposed changes mark the next step in the formal rulemaking process toward adopting non-emergency regulations and the beginning of a 15-day public comment period related to the proposed changes. The changes to each licensing authority’s proposed non-emergency regulations and rulemaking documents have been posted in the links below.

Bureau of Cannabis Control Proposed Regulation Documents

California Department of Food and Agriculture Proposed Regulation Documents

California Department of Public Health Proposed Regulation Documents