DCC files emergency rulemaking action for track and trace requirements for delivery of cannabis goods

The Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) has filed an action with the Office of Administrative Law (OAL) to readopt its emergency regulations implementing Assembly Bill 195, which requires that information relating to cannabis goods leaving a licensed retail premises in a delivery vehicle be recorded in the statewide track and trace system. This readoption would allow emergency regulations to remain in place while DCC continues the process of permanently adopting regulations through the regular rulemaking action.

The five-calendar day public comment period for this emergency action starts once OAL posts notice of the filing on its website. Emergency regulations under review by OAL can be found on its website here.

How to submit a public comment
If you wish to comment on the proposed emergency regulations, you must submit your comment in writing to both OAL and DCC. Verbal comments cannot be accepted:

OAL Reference Attorney
300 Capitol Mall, Suite 1250
Sacramento CA 95814

DCC Legal Affairs Division
2920 Kilgore Road
Rancho Cordova CA 95670

The DCC has created a public comment template to make it easy for you to submit your feedback. You can submit comments by mail or email.

View the proposed finding of emergency and notice of proposed readoption, and the proposed text of emergency regulations below:

- Finding of Emergency and Notice of Proposed Readoption
- Emergency Regulation Text

For more information:
The Department of Cannabis Control California

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