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Los Angeles marijuana ordinance

The long-awaited proposed regulations under Proposition M for L.A.’s current and future medical (and recreational) marijuana operators are finally out. The 51 pages of initial regulations (that are now in a 60-day public comment period) cover the governance of cultivators, manufacturers, distributors, testing facilities, transporters, retailers, and microbusinesses in significant detail under Proposition M. Here are the highlights from the proposed operator rules: The City of Los Angeles Cannabis Department (“Department”) is going to issue Commercial Cannabis Activity Certificates of Compliance 
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The agency gave no clue whether it will remove pot from its Schedule 1 category of dangerous drugs.   Editor’s Note: In light of Huffington Post’s report (below) about the DEA’s plans to decide by mid-year whether or not marijuana’s classification should be changed from a Schedule I to a Schedule II drug, Cannabis Business Times (CBT) reached out to the Marijuana Policy Project (MPP) for the organization’s insights on what a reclassification would mean 
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