Canna Advisors Monthly Update – July Highlights
July 11, 2016
July 11, 2016
Canna Advisors has been in business now for three and a half years. In that time we have worked in 15 state markets and Canada, helped 15 clients obtain licenses to cultivate, process, and dispense cannabis in competitive markets. We have designed over 30 facilities, negotiated countless agreements with companies in the space, mentored dozens of start-ups, and written zero newsletters.
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Alaska HB75 is due back from the governor on 7/28. The bill allows villages to prohibit marijuana operations and limits the number of plants that may be cultivated in in a private residence to 12.
Pennsylvania HB967 was referred to the rules committee on July 1st. The Act will amend the consolidated statutes on agriculture to allow for industrial hemp research.
North Carolina HB992 was presented to the governor on July 1st. The Bill modifies the existing hemp research program by limiting approvable research purposes and expanding the legal responsibilities and potential criminal and civil penalties to licensees.
California AB26 was re-referred to the senate appropriations committee on 6/30. It will require medical marijuana businesses with 20 or more employees to implement an employee training program.
Illinois SB0346 was re-referred to the House Rules Committee on 6/30. It will extend the medical marijuana pilot program until 2020, add PTSD to the approved conditions, remove the requirement that doctors must recommend cannabis, require the creation of a permanent record for patients in the states prescription monitoring program, and will increase the validity of patient cards to three years.