Archer Norris Cannabis attorneys have been hard at work helping clients work through the Calaveras County board of supervisors’ cannabis ban. Their efforts were noted in this week’s law.com “Higher Law” cannabis newsletter, compiled and written by Cheryl Miller.

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Early Friday morning, March 23, 2018, Congress approved a new Federal budget, the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2018 (“the Act”), narrowly averting another government shutdown or yet another interim stopgap spending bill. Following the bill’s passage through the House and Senate, the President is expected to sign it into legislation on Saturday, March 24th.

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Pursuant to Business & Professions Code Section 26013, California’s cannabis licensing authorities; the Department of Food and Agriculture’s CalCannabis Cultivation Licensing program, the Department of Consumer Affairs’ Bureau of Cannabis Control, and the Department of Public Health’s Manufactured Cannabis Safety Branch were empowered to make “reasonable rules and regulations” in order to “implement, administer and

On January 1, 2018, California celebrated a historic and long awaited green day of reckoning.  Legalized sale of cannabis to adults over the age of twenty-one.

California’s new state agency, the Bureau of Cannabis Control (“BCC”), along with the Department of Public Health and Department of Food & Agriculture, led by BCC Chief Lori Ajax,