After a quick stall, the proposed regs for the top three cannabis agencies were submitted to the Office of Administrative Law (OAL) for review. Once their review is complete, the BCC, CDPH, and CDFA will release the official version of the regular regulations they have been refining since July
Like our previous post North Bay Commercial Cannabis Taxes that Passed the Ballot, Golden State digs into the new cannabis business taxations that will further develop the industry’s infrastructure on the Central Coast.
The midterm election saw taxation cuts and increases . Since the industry already faces a 15% state excises tax rate, it’s a tough balancing act. See what the North Bay leaders came up with as Golden State digs into what has and hasn’t changed for local cannabis taxation!
Exciting news may be on the horizon for legal cannabis. It seems the legislative trend making way state by state has a direct line to federal legality, according to Oregon Congressman, Earl Blumenauer, in a memo sent to House Democratic Leadership.

Last Friday, the cannabis regulating agencies, in particular the Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC), released a series of changes to the proposed regulations first presented in July. During this fifteen day comment period, businesses are grappling with these propositions and what they mean for their b...