4/3/23 Last Day for Provisional License Application Submissions According to Business and Professions Code §26050.2(a)(3)(D), local equity applicants have until March 31, 2023 to submit license applications to the California Department of Cannabis Control (“DCC”) to be considered for provisional state licenses. However, the DCC announced on March 24th that due to the Cesar Chavez holiday, it will accept applications
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Understanding Cal-OSHA Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP)Requirements for California Cannabis Businesses
Introduction Most commercial cannabis businesses in the state of California spend a significant amount of time ensuring they are compliant with the regulations promulgated by the California Department of Cannabis Control (the “DCC” and “DCC Regulations”). However, there are a number of non DCC rules and regulations that all commercial cannabis businesses must also comply with that often get overlooked.
Introduction The psilocybin industry in Oregon has recently been regulated by the Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division (“OHA” or “Authority”) under its new section, the Oregon Psilocybin Services (OPS). OHA and is now accepting licensing applications for psilocybin businesses and services and one of the key requirements for potential psilocybin manufacturers, service centers, facilitators, and laboratories is to submit
Background: Assembly Bill 195 & DCC Emergency Regulations New track and trace requirements have hit the books for commercial cannabis retailers engaged in sales via delivery. As you may remember, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a slew of cannabis-related legislation into law in June of 2022, including Assembly Bill 195. On December 7, 2022, in response to the Governor’s passage
Similar to the packaging and labeling requirements for cannabis products, Oregon’s psilocybin manufacturers have to comply with strict packaging and labeling rules for their psilocybin products. Psilocybin remains a Schedule 1 Controlled Substance at the Federal level, and the packaging and labeling regulations ensure that minors and other unintended persons don’t access psilocybin products. However, unlike the adult-use cannabis industry,
Oregon Psilocybin Services requires manufacturers to include a Product Information Document when they move any psilocybin product to licensed service centers.
Emerging psilocybin businesses should carefully consider the proposed advertising restrictions, before they go about building their brand assets (logo, brand name, website, etc.) and putting together plans for promoting their psilocybin products and services.
It is crucial to understand the residency requirements for various psilocybin-related operational licenses, as Oregon, the first state in the United States to establish a psilocybin regulatory framework, starts accepting applications for psilocybin licenses beginning January 2, 2023.
Oregon is the first state in the U.S. to create a regulatory framework for psilocybin services. Starting January 2, 2023, applicants can apply for various psilocybin-related operational licenses, including psilocybin manufacturer licenses.