The three California agencies that oversee licensing for the state’s marijuana companies on Friday issued updated emergency regulations.
The new extended rules will govern the industry for up to six months.
The first set of regulations were released last November, and under state law, all rules must be finalized by the end of 2018.
Click on the links below to view the full text of the new regulations as well as summaries of the changes made by each agency:
Bureau of Cannabis Control, which oversees retailers, distributors, testing labs and microbusinesses:
Department of Food and Agriculture, which oversees growers:
Department of Public Health, which oversees manufacturers and edibles makers: