Medical Marijuana Regulations Taking Shape As State Gets Involved

CITRUS HEIGHTS (CBS13) – A think session with marijuana industry leaders, the public, and state agencies was held in Citrus Heights on Tuesday.

It’s the second of eight public meetings held across the state as regulations on medical cannabis take shape.

“We want to stay on the forefront of the newest regulations and laws,” said Kimberly Cargile.

She’s the director of Therapeutic Alternative and she participated in Tuesday’s discussions. The marijuana industry was self-regulated and followed local rules for two decades. Now the state is getting involved.

“Any regulator should absolutely listen to the industry they’re regulating,” said Cargile.

“We’re responsible for the state licensing and enforcement structure for medical cannabis,” said Lori Ajax.

Ajax was is the former director of the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control. She was appointed by Governor Jerry Brown to run the Bureau of Medical Cannabis Regulation with a $10 million dollar budget.

To read more: http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2016/09/20/medical-marijuana-regulations-taking-shape-as-state-gets-involved/

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