California Accepting Licensing Apps, CSAC Working Group to Discuss Regs.
December 14, 2017
The California Bureau of Cannabis Control began accepting license applications on Friday, December 8 and will begin verifying local permits and ordinances with each local jurisdiction’s designated point of contact. This point of contact was collected through a recent survey. Once the Bureau receives an application from an applicant in your county, they will be sending a letter to verify the local permit submitted to them.
CSAC’s Cannabis Working Group will host a call on Friday, December 22 at 10 am to discuss the state’s newly opened license application process and the recently released emergency regulations from the Bureau of Cannabis Control, California Department of Food and Agriculture, and California Department of Public Health.
CSAC is a co-signatory of comment letters to each of the lead licensing agencies in conjunction with the Rural County Representatives and Urban Counties of California. The state is expected to begin issuing licenses in January 2018 through these newly released emergency regulations.
Please visit CSAC’s Cannabis issues website to view our final comment letters.