Monthly Archives: March 2020

Retailers – Delivery Employees   (a) All deliveries of cannabis goods shall be performed by a delivery employee who is directly employed by a licensed retailer. (b) Each delivery employee of a licensed retailer shall be at least 21 years of age. (c) All deliveries of cannabis goods shall be made in person. A delivery of cannabis goods shall not be made through the use of an unmanned vehicle. (d) The process of delivery begins 
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§ 5311. Requirements for the Transportation of Cannabis Goods The following requirements apply when transporting cannabis goods between licensees or licensed premises: (a) Transportation shall only be conducted by persons holding a distributor license under the Act, or employees of those persons. All vehicles and trailers used for transportation shall be owned or leased, in accordance with the Vehicle Code, by the licensee. (b) Prior to transporting any cannabis goods, the licensed distributor shall have 
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Posting and Advertising – License Posting Requirement § 5039. License Posting Requirement. (a) Upon issuance of any license, the licensee shall prominently display the license on the licensed premises where it can be viewed by state and local agencies. If the licensed premises is open to the public, the license shall be displayed in an area that is within plain sight of the public. (b) Upon issuance of any license, a retailer, whose licensed premises 
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Retailers may provide free cannabis or cannabis products to qualified medicinal patients or their primary caregivers. This change is due to the adoption of Senate Bill 34, which also exempts these donated items from excise, sales and use, and cultivation taxes. Licensed cultivators, manufacturers, distributors, retailers or microbusinesses may designate cannabis or cannabis products that they hold in their inventory for donation.  Items designated for donation may only be provided to a medicinal patient or 
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