The Future of Cannabis in California: A Post Prop 64 Review

Presented by Kimberly Simms

(6,272 Ratings)
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Course Description

Length: 1h 10min    Published: 3/31/2017    
Cannabis laws across the nation are rapidly evolving. Although most states have some form of cannabis decriminalization for medical usage, several states have gone a step further to allow recreational use. California, for instance, recently approved Proposition 64, which created a state regulatory framework to allow for the recreational use of marijuana. This move has created a number of legal issues and uncertainty for the cannabis industry in the state.


Participants in this course will gain insight and understanding on the following topics:
- An overview of the national cannabis marketplace
- The federal government's treatment of marijuana as a Schedule I Drug and its impact on the industry
-California's current medical marijuana laws, county and city treatment of cannabis businesses
-California's newly passed Medical Cannabis Regulation & Safety Act
-The aftermath of the recently-passed Adult Use of Marijuana Act (Prop 64), which legalizes recreational cannabis use for adults ages 21+

Learning Objectives
* Get an overview of the national cannabis marketplace
* Understand the impact of the federal government's treatment of marihuana as a Schedule I drug
* Learn about recent changes to California's cannabis laws

Speaker Q&A

Presented By:

Kimberly Simms

San Diego, California

760-420-1846

kimberly@simmslaw.com

Featured Reviews

"She is an excellent teacher. More courses by her PLEASE!"

   Kyle B

"Great high energy speaker who was easy to listen to."

   Donald L

"This was a very interesting course. I was surprised to learn both how complex the regulatory scheme for cannabis use in CA. is going to be, and how experienced the speaker was on a subject that , I would think, is very new. She obviously has a great deal of expertise on this subject."

   Mark W