MuniServices / Avenu: Unlicensed Cannabis Business Operations in CA

MuniServices, an Avenu Company, has published its most recent policy report with a focus on cannabis.

The update opens with an article from Cannabis Policy Advisor Brad Rowe on California’s ongoing struggle with unlicensed cannabis operators. Read more about how a balanced system of rewards and sanctions could eliminate illicit cannabis activity in California, and how local government ultimately holds the key to establishing a long-term, cost-effective solution.

The report also includes a legislative update, summarizing the status of bills pertaining to cannabis and business licensing, consumer data privacy, banking policy and more. 

Lastly, the report touches on the federal efforts to legalize cannabis and cannabis-related industries, including some potential unintended consequences to the broadening of cannabis regulation. 

Read the full report here.

The report linked above was compiled by Brenda Narayan, Director of Government Relations at MuniServices, an Avenu company. For 40 years, MuniServices has been a national leader in revenue enhancement and has partnered with over 225 local agencies statewide, including cities, counties and transportation districts.



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