More Seizures Against Unlicensed Operators

Continued enforcement actions occurred yesterday against two separate unlicensed cannabis businesses in Sacramento, Davis and Los Angeles. Police in Davis assisted the Department of Consumer Affairs’ Division of Investigation – Cannabis Enforcement Unit to serve search warrants on an unlicensed cannabis delivery service with locations in Sacramento and Davis. Over $850,000 in cannabis products was seized as a result.

Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Sherriff’s Department also assisted in serving a search warrant on an unlicensed cannabis retailer in Los Angeles. This resulted in the seizure of nearly $440,000 in cannabis products.

Continuing to operate unlicensed is simply not worth it. Get assistance if you need it and get licensed.

Landlords and Medical Marijuana in California

In 1966, California voters decriminalized the medical use of marijuana by approving the California Compassionate Use Act. In 2015, the voters approved the Medical Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act ("MCRSA"), to regulate the medical marijuana industry. In 2016, California voters approved the Adult Use of Marijuana Act ("AUMA"), allowing (1) individual adults to possess, use, purchase, transport, or give away up to 28.5 grams of marijuana or 8 grams of concentrated marijuana; (2) them to grow up to 6 plants and possess the marijuana produced by the plants; and, (3) legally possess marijuana accessories.

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