California Business and Professions Code Section 26200(c)
(c) A local jurisdiction shall notify the bureau upon revocation of any local license, permit, or authorization for a licensee to engage in commercial cannabis activity within the local jurisdiction. Within 10 days of notification, the bureau shall inform the relevant licensing authorities. Within 60 days of being so informed by the bureau, the relevant licensing authorities shall begin the process to determine whether a license issued to the licensee should be suspended or revoked pursuant to Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 26030).
What does this mean? Cannifornians should expect that if their local dispensary is violating laws and gets their licensed revoked, they may be shut down and reported to the state. With the repeal of the Cole Memo, this could mean potential federal criminal liability!
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