Massachusetts Regulators Seek Input on Regulatory Changes for Both Adult Use and Medical Marijuana

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The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission has published an ambitious regulatory update of both adult use regulations at 935 CMR 500.000, medical marijuana establishment regulations at 935 CMR 501.000, and co-located adult-use and medical-use marijuana regulations at 935 CMR 500.000. The draft regulations also envision creation of a CCC-maintained product database to which both manufacturers and retailers would contribute information. On the operations side, the draft regulations seek to change many aspects of cultivation, manufacturing, and retailing operations. Among the most significant changes are amendments to restrictions on advertising, branding, and marketing. The CCC also proposes significant changes to regulations governing labelling and sales of vaporizers, requiring significant recordkeeping and disclosure with respect to vape ingredients and components.

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The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission has published an ambitious regulatory update of both adult use regulations at 935 CMR 500.000, medical marijuana establishment regulations at 935 CMR 501.000, and co-located adult-use and medical-use marijuana regulations at 935 CMR 500.000.  The CCC is holding a virtual public hearing on August 3, 2020 at 10:00 AM, and accepting written comments on the regulations up through August 14, 2020 at 5:00 PM.

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