Most CA Marijuana Businesses Have No Right To Due Process, Court Filing Asserts

Provisional operators take note

California’s attorney general argued in a recent court filing that none of the state’s cannabis businesses operating on provisional licenses are entitled to due process under state law.

The due-process situation arose when Hayward-based Harrens Lab filed suit against the California Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) after the agency revoked the lab’s provisional business license last month.

The lab argued it was entitled to an appeals hearing to dispute the charges that led to the revocation.

In a response to that suit, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra argued on behalf of the BCC that none of the companies operating on provisional licenses have any right to due process because those same permits were designed to be temporary while businesses awaited a decision about their annual license applications.

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