In early July 2019, the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission (CCC) released proposed revisions to its recreational-use regulations, with public hearing statements or written comments due by Thursday, August 15, 2019.  Public attention has almost entirely focused on the proposal’s new social consumption, also known as cannabis cafes, and delivery-only license categories, but the proposal includes extensive revisions to virtually all of the existing rules that, if adopted, would broadly affect nearly all CCC-licensed providers and employees.

Davis Malm’s Cannabis Law practice group offered its written comments to the CCC. We identified five specific areas in the proposed regulations that warranted clarification or additional consideration during the CCC’s active deliberations on the final regulations in September 2019. View our comment letter here.



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