California bill allows cannabis catering

A new bill in the California legislature could pave the way for private events to “catere” cannabis.

Congressional Bill 471, authored by Congressman Ash Carla (D-San Jose), amends existing cannabis laws to add language allowing cannabis to be served at private events provided by licensed caterers The purpose is that. .

California law currently only allows event organizers to provide cannabis to temporary public events. We will be able to provide the services of

However, this proposal has some limitations. The catering company itself cannot host the event, nor is the company allowed to advertise the event.

Companies are also limited to only 36 private catering events at one specific location per year.

Areas where cannabis is consumed must also be restricted to persons over the age of 21, and caterers will not be permitted to offer alcoholic services.

The bill’s language also allows catering companies to reuse unused cannabis from one event to another.

It is unclear whether the bill will pass Weasleythe cannabis retail and consumer advocacy website, says a similar proposal by Carla was rejected during the last legislative session. California bill allows cannabis catering

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