The Cannabis Advisory Committee will be holding a series of subcommittee meetings on Thursday, March 1 in Sacramento.
Nine subcommittees voted at the February 13 meetings to hold on March 1 an additional subcommittee meeting to finalize their recommendations on the state cannabis licensing authorities’ formal rulemaking packages. The subcommittee’s recommendations will then be presented for adoption at the next general meeting of the Cannabis Advisory Committee on March 15 in Los Angeles (Millennium Biltmore Hotel – 506 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles).
If adopted, the subcommittee recommendations will serve as the committee’s formal recommendations to the state cannabis licensing authorities.
The agenda and meeting materials for each subcommittee meeting can be found here: http://bcc.ca.gov/about_us/meetings/materials/20180301_cac.html. All subcommittee meetings are open to the public.
MEETING TIMES AND LOCATIONS: All subcommittees will meet at the Sheraton Grand Hotel (1230 J Street). Below are the times and room location of each meeting:
Enforcement Subcommittee – Tofanelli Room
Manufacturers Subcommittee – Beavis Room
Microbusiness Subcommittee – Bataglieri Room
Retailers Subcommittee – Compagno Room
Cultivators Subcommittee – Compagno Room
Distributors Subcommittee – Bataglieri Room
Equity Subcommittee – Beavis Room
Licensing Application Subcommittee – Falor Room
Public Health and Youth Subcommittee – Tofanelli Room
*Please note that the Member Training Meeting that was noticed on 2-16-18 has been cancelled.
The Cannabis Advisory Committee advises the Bureau and the other licensing authorities – the California Department of Food and Agriculture and the California Department of Public Health – on the development of regulations that help protect public health and safety and reduce the illegal market for cannabis.
For additional information about the Cannabis Advisory Committee, or to subscribe to email alerts to hear about updates as they become available, please visit the Bureau’s website at http://www.bcc.ca.gov/.
For information on all three state licensing authorities, please visit the state’s California Cannabis Portal at /. Follow the Bureau on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for daily news and updates.