As the Golden State green rush gets set to explode, canna-businesses will be able to brand t-shirts, hoodies, and whatever other merchandise they please.

California’s impending recreational and revamped medical marijuana markets are set to come on line at the beginning of next year and almost overnight become the world’s most active cannabis industry.

And while city officials and state legislators sort out the last bits of pre-legalization regulation, the state’s cannabis companies scored one more win this week, when Golden State lawmakers shot down a proposal that would have banned canna-businesses from printing branded clothing or other promotional merchandise.

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Zach Harris ~ MerryJane.com

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