California Releases Emergency Cannabis Regulations

Editor’s note: The state’s revised emergency regulations can be found at the bottom of this page.

California is racing toward the launch of a state-regulated cannabis market, with sales set to begin Jan. 1 despite a number of unanswered questions.

On Thursday, with less than a month and a half before the program is slated to be up and running, state regulators unveiled a long-awaited package of emergency rules that will guide the industry through the transition ahead. We’re poring over those documents and will update this page with key takeaways from the newly released guidelines.

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Product Limits

Bad news for medical patients or consumers who prefer high-potency edibles: The state will limit the serving-size of edibles to 10 milligrams of THC, with no more than 100 mg allowed in a single product package. While those limits are consistent with

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