HF 600 (Winkler) -Cannabis Management Board and advisory councils established; use and sale reports required; adult use and possession limited and legalized; business licensing, inspection, and regulation provided; testing and labeling of products required; advertisement limited; adult-use sale taxed; grant and loan programs established; data classified; and money appropriated.
**PLEASE NOTE: Testimony, amendments, and discussion will be limited to provisions of the bill within the jurisdiction of the Commerce Committee. The provisions are as follows:
Section 1 – definitions
Secs. 2 and 3 – establishing the Board and Advisory Council
Secs. 4 to 6 – specific duties of the Board
Sec. 7 – duties in relation to environmental standards
Sec. 8 – lawful use and penalties
Secs. 9 to 36 – licensing and operation of adult use market Secs. 37 to 50 – medical cannabis program
Sec. 51 – testing
Secs. 52 to 54 – packaging/labeling/advertisement
Secs. 55 and 56 – social equity applicants and community renewal grants
Sec. 58 – lawful activities
Sec. 59 – civil “dramshop” actions
All sections – various grants
Sec. 1 – cannabis business data
Secs. 23 to 25 – transfer of medical program and task force
Sec. 1, sub. 1 – appropriation for Board
Sec. 1, sub. 7 – appropriation for Dept. of Commerce
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