California Releases Rule Book For Soon-To-Be-Legal Marijuana Industry
The regulations give aspiring and established marijuana businesses their first look at 276 pages of rules they must abide by come Jan. 1.
Orange County Register:
Here Are The Rules For Legal Marijuana In California Once Law Goes Into Effect Jan. 1
Cannabis businesses in California can’t be within 600 feet of schools. Shops have to close by 10 p.m., and they need 24-hour video surveillance. Those regulations are in the new rule book for California’s cannabis industry, which state regulators released Thursday. (Staggs, 11/16)
Tea & THC: Lady Entrepreneurs Aim to Take Your Happy Hour Higher
With retail sales of recreational marijuana expected to go legal in California on Jan. 1, one small startup is building its client base with marijuana-laced tea parties around the Bay Area. For the brainy, well-to-do set in Palo Alto, nothing goes over quite so well as cucumber sandwiches, macarons and a witty, educational talk about the history and science of marijuana. (Myrow, 11/16)