Ganjapreneur report…Two of three California agencies have removed online databases containing cannabis business information from public view after dispensaries were ransacked during the protests over the murder of George Floyd, MJBizDaily reports. The public databases were removed by the Bureau of Cannabis Control and the state Department of Food and Agriculture.

On May 31, the California Cannabis Industry Association sent a letter to BCC Chief Lori Ajax asking her to “immediately” remove physical addresses of cannabis licensees amid the protests.

The state Department of Public Health database is still operational but contains limited information and does not currently display licensee addresses. Typically, cannabusiness information is searchable for the public and includes names, addresses, and other information for state-approved cannabis retailers, delivery services, microbusinesses, distributors, and testing labs.


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California Regulators Remove Public Cannabis Business Info