New year brings new laws, rules for cannabis businesses nationwide

With the start of a new year, cannabis companies across the country are tweaking their business models to meet changing laws and regulations that could affect sales and how they run their operations.

Expanded delivery, new packaging and labeling restrictions as well as the introduction of loyalty programs and deep product discounts top some of the biggest regulatory shifts underway in 2023.

MJBizDaily explored how these changes will affect businesses in several states with legal marijuana markets, including California, Michigan, Oregon and Utah, among others.

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California

In the world’s largest marijuana market, California’s Department of Cannabis Control and state lawmakers approved several business amendments and laws that took effect in late 2022 or on Jan. 1.

Among the most influential in the retail space:

Cannabis delivery vehicles can now carry $10,000 of product, doubling the previous amount. Vehicle inventory is no longer required to be

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