CDPH Cannabis Emergency Regulations Related to Shared-Use Facilities and CEQA Compliance Re-Released

This spring, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) issued emergency regulations related to the cannabis dual-licensing system: 1) compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), and 2) the need for specific requirements and guidance to ensure that the use of shared-use facilities by cannabis manufacturers are compliant with the state’s statutory requirements.  CHEAC did not submit written comments after receiving no comments back from local health departments.

CDPH has re-released these regulations, with no changes, to extend the emergency regulations for another 180-day period.  CHEAC’s April 2018 summary of the regulations can be found here.