Keeping the good faith: how often are cannabis doctors sanctioned by the medical board of California?
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California was the first American state to legalize medical cannabis in 1996. The industry operated without any regulation until SB420 was passed in 2003, though SB420 did little to regulate the industry, leaving much up to local governments. The California cannabis industry finally saw its first set of statewide regulations in 2015, with passage of the Medical Cannabis Regulatory Safety Act. Few regulations have directly affected the physicians who issue recommendations, and they remain relatively unregulated within the market, despite widespread reports of recommendations being issued in minutes ...