Notification Concerning Signboard Advertisements on Interstate and State Highways

Notification Concerning Signboard Advertisements on Interstate and State Highways

Author: Bureau of Cannabis Control
Released: Jan 22, 2021
Sacramento, California

SACRAMENTO– On January 11, 2021, when it comes to Farmer v. Bureau of Cannabis Control (Bureau) & & Lori Ajax, the San Luis Obispo County Superior Court went into an official judgement judgment that Area 5040( b)( 3) of the Bureau’s policies is void.

This indicates that Area 5040( b)( 3 ), which just restricted signboard marketing within a 15-mile radius of the California verge on an interstate or state highway that crosses the California border, is no longer in impact. For that reason, a licensee might not put marketing or marketing on a signboard, or comparable marketing gadget, anywhere on an interstate or state highway that crosses the California border, as shown in Service and Professions Code area 26152( d).

To adhere to the law and policies, licensees might not put brand-new marketing or marketing on any interstate highway or state highway that crosses the California border. Licensees must likewise start the procedure of eliminating present marketing and advertising that fulfills this requirements.
Licensees that have concerns relating to abiding by court’s judgment might send them to [email protected]

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