On Tuesday, the state legislature got its first look at an appellations bill that would refine the state’s new geographic indications program.
- SB 67 was introduced by Sen. Mike McGuire (D-Healdsburg) and Assemblymember Jim Wood (D-Santa Rosa). The legislation would “limit the establishment of appellations of origin to cannabis planted in the ground, in open air, with no artificial light during the flowering stage of cultivation until harvest.”
- High Times has purchased Mountain High Recreation, a delivery service, to go with its 13 new dispensaries.
- Legal cannabis is taxed exorbitantly and getting punked by unfettered illicit pot producers. There’s this coronavirus pandemic thing that you may have heard about and, according to this newsletter, dispensaries are sitting ducks for robbers. But, if you can look past all of that, the California market doesn’t look all that bad.
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