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Bureau of Cannabis Control Publishes Two New Retailer Fact Sheets

Bureau of Cannabis Control Publishes Two New Retailer Fact Sheets

The Bureau of Cannabis Control (Bureau) recently published two new fact sheets as resources for those seeking information regarding the Cannabis Retailer (Storefront and Non-Storefront) license types. These documents have been uploaded to the California Cannabis Portal’s “General Resources” section and can be accessed by clicking the links listed below. Cannabis Retailer (Storefront) Fact Sheet: …

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Cannabis Video Surveillance Requirements

The State of Cannabis Video Surveillance Requirements in CA, OR, WA, AK and Canada

Ever Changing Cannabis Video Surveillance Requirements (Updated October, 19, 2018!) The cannabis industry is experiencing explosive growth, despite marijuana being illegal under U.S. federal law. Medical marijuana is often used to relieve pain caused from headaches and diseases like cancer, as well as to treat long-term conditions like glaucoma. Cultivation, promotion, and sales of marijuana for …

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FDA Requesting Public Comment On Cannabis Rescheduling

FDA officials have put out a call for public comment about the potential rescheduling of cannabis and several other substances. Summary The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is requesting interested persons to submit comments concerning abuse potential, actual abuse, medical usefulness, trafficking, and impact of scheduling changes on availability for medical use of 16 drug …

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Storage And Bandwidth Savings With Codec H.265 vs h.264 in Video Surveillance

In Video Surveillance the codecs that control the compression of video streams utilized by video surveillance cameras have tremendous impacts on the entire video surveillance system. They affect the storage capacity, network bandwidth and overall system performance. They are the single most important technological aspect of any video surveillance system, and thankfully they keep getting …

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