A California judge ruled today that state marijuana regulators have 1 month to notify companies of a brand-new restriction on signboard marketing.
San Luis Obispo County Superior Court Judge Ginger Garrett ruled in November that signboards marketing cannabis sales or items were unlawful under Proposal 64, the 2016 tally step that legislated leisure marijuana in the state.
However the signboard restriction hasn’t truly been implemented, according to CalCoastNews, which triggered Garrett to provide a follow-up judgment Monday offering the state Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) 1 month to inform the business it manages that any marijuana signboards need to be eliminated.
The judge purchased the BCC to report back to him within 75 days.
The judgment will even more diminish marketing choices for California marijuana business, which are currently prohibited to utilize most standard marketing opportunities.