What Lawful California Cannabis Businesses Can Expect with Passage of the Adult Use of Marijuana Act

Khurshid Khoja, Greenbridge Corporate Counsel

Medical cannabis businesses in California may soon find themselves in yet another complex regulatory landscape if California voters pass the drug policy reforms contained in Proposition 64 (AUMA), which would decriminalize adult recreational use of cannabis

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Welcome to CEB's marijuana law hub, specially designed to inform attorneys about crucial legal issues arising from state marijuana legalization and its conflicts with federal law.

  • We track developments in over 15 topics nationwide, so you can minimize the risks arising from various ethics rules, inconsistent federal enforcement policies, and non-uniform civil and criminal statutes and court actions that collide with each other.
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The legalization of medicinal marijuana and the potential for future legalization of recreational marijuana has left family law practitioners uncertain how use will be viewed by mental health professionals and judicial officers in the family law court. Attend our December 8 seminar to learn from a child custody evaluator how to anticipate custody issues related to the use of cannabis—medicinal and otherwise—and develop a strategy to deal with them.

Most marijuana businesses are currently denied access to banking services, largely because financial institutions, fearful of potential money laundering, criminal charges, or losing their FDIC coverage, refuse to offer them. Robert Elam explores this problem and the efforts that have been made to address it, in the latest issue of CEB's California Business Law Reporter.

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CEB provides you with 2 interactive maps of the U.S., which show states that have legalized marijuana for either recreational use or medical use. Additionally, you can find comprehensive information for marijuana bills and ballot initiatives in CEB's legislative tracking database.

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