A California bill introduced by Senator Anna Caballero will provide the state with the opportunity to engage in marijuana transactions with other states.
On the 30th of June, 2022 the Governor of California signed a new bill into law that reduces taxes associated with the production and sales of Marijuana, making a huge positive impact in the industry which has been burdened under the heavy taxes such as the 15% excise tax applicable all over the state, the 10.75% sales and use tax and the 15% local business licences which is not essentially applicable throughout the state but in some jurisdictions as well as the cultivation tax imposed on cannabis flowers to the tune of $161.28 per dry weight pound.
Nowadays, the legalization of cannabis has been supported by many countries and states. Interestingly enough, the state of California is not an exception.
The certificated marijuana cultivators in the province of Santa Barbara are supposed to lose their secured acreage if they do not grow the total quantity they have applied in the 3rd renewal of the license.
Two years after Sacramento City Council had authorized 10 retail licenses for those impacted by the war or arrested, the first weed store, operated by the social equity license holder, opened in a city
California’s Democratic governor Gavin Newsom signed a law on September 18 to protect workers using marijuana off work.
More than 20 counties and cities in California will be able to establish new markets for recreational cannabis by the end of this Fall.
The city of San Bruno, has brought out some new regulations that details the operations of cannabis retailers within the city’s jurisdictions.