Phase 3 Round 1 Application Aftermath:

Posted by Margolin & Lawrence on September 5, 2019

Just yesterday, the Department of Cannabis Regulation (DCR) opened up the application process for Round 1 of Phase 3 retail storefront licenses in the City of Los Angeles. Due to heavy restrictions and high demand, appropriate locations for these storefronts can be difficult to come by. Many applicants have locations which meet all guidelines, yet still fall within a community plan area that has reached “undue concentration.” Here’s the 411 on what is expected to happen after the opening of Phase 3 Round 1 applications:

The Importance of Lobbying in the Commercial Cannabis Industry

Posted by Margolin & Lawrence on August 27, 2019

 

 
Lobbying government officials has become increasingly popular in the cannabis industry on local, state, and federal levels as legislation is created for the new industry. The right to petition the government is a fundamental component of democracy.

City of Los Angeles Implies It Will Soon Accept Applications in Areas of Undue Concentration

Posted by Zachary Tucker on August 19, 2019

 

Los Angeles Releases Final Application for September 3rd Licensing Cycle

Posted by Zachary Tucker on August 17, 2019

 

California Releases Application for Industrial Hemp Cultivation

Posted by Zachary Tucker on August 8, 2019

 

 

Many folks have been patiently awaiting the launch of California’s commercial hemp program, which has taken nearly 3 years since the passage of Prop 64 to emerge. However, the wait has finally come to an end as the state recently instated a process for industrial hemp registration along with a complete application and set of regulations.

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE DCR PHASE 3 ROUND 1 LICENSING AND SOCIAL EQUITY WORKSHOP HELD ON AUGUST 6, 2019

Posted by Margolin & Lawrence on August 8, 2019

(Picture of DCR building in Los Angeles)

On August 6, 2019, M&L partner J. Raza Lawrence attended the Phase 3 Round 1 Licensing and Social Equity Workshop hosted by the Department of Cannabis Regulation (DCR). The DCR provided an update on Phase 2 applications, the Social Equity Program, and the application process for Phase 3.

Is CBD FDA Approved?

Posted by Sara Adams on August 5, 2019

 

Application Requirements for Phase 3

Posted by Xochilt Gama on August 5, 2019

Requirements for Phase 3 Application

Everything You Need to Know About Los Angeles Phase 3 Licensing

Posted by Margolin & Lawrence on July 28, 2019

 

New York, New Jersey, and Illinois: 3 Narratives of Recreational Weed Legalization

Posted by Olivia Hartman on July 26, 2019

 

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This blog is not intended as legal advice and should not be taken as such. The possession, use, and/or sale of marijuana is illegal under federal law.