Maryland’s marijuana regulators announced they are easing some costly and burdensome security requirements put on cannabis businesses. However, the regulators are also requiring medical cannabis businesses to keep video surveillance footage for a longer time. That previous rule required businesses to spend an additional $20,000-$40,000 for dual computer servers, storage, and other duplicate infrastructure. The revised regulations also will require cannabis businesses to archive 90 days of video surveillance instead of 30 days. Make video recordings available within 48 hours upon request by state cannabis regulators or law enforcement.

Marijuana Business Daily, 08/20/2020 16:47:32

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