Cnn Money Oct 7
"We obviously still have a lot to do, but yes, we're going to be ready to go on January 1," said Alex Traverso, spokesman for the Bureau of Cannabis Control in California.
"We will be issuing new regulations in November, so we're hard at work on those at the present time." Among the checklist of expected regulations is new oversight on water usage
-- like drip irrigation and reusing waste water -- that could prove expensive for marijuana businesses.
Other rules will require licensing and background checks for distributors and safety and education training for consumers.
DO YOU ALL UNDERSTAND CALIFORNIA HAS MASSIVE WATER PROBLEMS... GRO3 TECHNOLOGY.. THE WHOLE PREMISE IS THAT OZONE RECYCLES AND CLEANS WATER
I hope Ambrose's long time friend for California has some 'connections' The Winner is decided