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SB-657 Cannabis cultivation: county agricultural commissioners: reporting.(2019-2020)

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As Amends the Law on Nov 18, 2019


 Section 26069.5 is added to the Business and Professions Code, to read:

 (a)  A county agricultural commissioner may report to the secretary on the condition, acreage, production, and value of cannabis produced in the commissioner’s county under a cultivation license issued pursuant to this division. The cannabis data may be submitted in a separate report that is similar to those reports required for agricultural products pursuant to Section 2279 of the Food and Agricultural Code. This section does not require the department to publish this report.
(b) Data on cannabis production that is included in a report pursuant to this section may be organized by categories including, but not limited to, the following:
(1) State cultivator license type, as set forth in Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 26050), and regulations adopted pursuant to that chapter.
(2) Local license, permit, or other authorization type, as described in Section 26200.
(3) Price tier, including for different strains of cannabis, different production methods, or different parts of a plant, such as flowers or leaves.
(c) A county agricultural commissioner may not seek reimbursement for expenses incurred in making a report pursuant to this section from either of the following sources:
(1) The Department of Food and Agriculture Fund.
(2) Funding that may otherwise be available for the purposes of this section from a cooperative agreement entered into pursuant to Section 2222 of the Food and Agricultural Code.