MMRSA Workshops & Seminars

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 Medical Marijuana Regulation & Safety Act (MMRSA)

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In 1996, the electorate enacted Proposition 215, or The Compassionate Use Act, which allowed patients and primary caregivers to obtain and use medical marijuana, as recommended by a physician.

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In 2015, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law the California Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act.  The MMRSA is a package of three separate bills (Assembly Bills 243 and 266 and Senate Bill 643) that established a comprehensive regulatory framework for the cultivation, production, transportation, testing, sale and taxation of medical marijuana. Among its provisions, the act sets a deadline of March 1, 2016 for local jurisdictions to have land use regulations or ordinances regulating or prohibiting the cultivation of marijuana – or choose not to administer a conditional permit program pursuant to AB 243 – or the state “shall be the sole licensing authority for medical marijuana cultivation applicants.” However, that date has been recalled.

It is important to understand that the MMRSA Regulations are based upon a federal memo detailing what would be necessary for the federal government to change their stance on marijuana. Most important was that the industry must be regulated and tracked from the growing of the plant, through distribution, testing, manufacturing, transporting and dispensing. Additionally, it must be kept away from children, unless recommended by a doctor for medical purposes, which means dispensaries cannot sell nor can manufacturers label items marketed to children. Finally, it needs to be made FOR PROFIT and allow for taxes to replace the funds that will be lost from the decrease of arrests and prosecutions of marijuana crimes. This means that, under MMRSA, penalties will come in the form of monies instead of prison.

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If you intend to own or run a legal cannabis business,

in the State of California,

you will benefit from the information in the workshops.


WORKSHOPS DETAILS

 

Our workshops are very interactive and consist of a small group (no less than 3, no more than 10) . We will discuss all aspects of the Medical Marijuana and Safety Act as well as the AUMA, or Prop 64. Additionally we will discuss how various counties are attempting to comply with the State Regulations and what can be expected for the future. Workshops run approximately 5 hours.

$500 per person

To register CLICK HERE

Are you interested in attending a seminar?

Want to set up a  workshop for your employees a small group or friends???

contact Heather @ 916-740-2141 or by email at daleschaferlaw@gmail.com


CONSULTATION DETAILS

Our consultations are a one-on-one meeting  and consist of no more than 2 people. We discuss all aspects of the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act and the Adult Use of Marijuana Act. Additionally, we discuss how the various counties are attempting to comply with the State Regulations & what can be expected for the future.

Consultations are by the hour and the usual and customary fee is $350 per hour

To schedule a consultation please contact Heather @ 916-740-2141

or by email at daleschaferlaw@gmail.com


Media About MMRSA

If you have an updated article to add to our collection

please email to daleschaferlaw@gmail.com

CA NORML – Summary of MMRSA

Americans for Safe Access – Medical Marijuana Regulation & Safety Act

Oaksterdam University – MMRSA

Above The Law – An Overview of California’s New & Improved Medical Marijuana Laws

Sacramento – Fox 40 Special Report

Orange County – What CA has in store for the OC

Humboldt County – Be the First to Apply

Shasta County – State Laws Offer Taxes – Shasta County Not Interested

 

 

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