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Cannabis In Hospitality Stumbles As Regs Impede Innovation

Law360 (October 28, 2019, 5:08 PM EDT) -- The Lowell Cafe in West Hollywood bills itself as America's first establishment to serve farm fresh meals, coffee, juice and cannabis daily. But although the rooftop venue has received a lot of media buzz and is taking reservations as of Oct. 1, it had to ditch its original plan to make food and beverages infused with THC or CBD.

Why did the cafe kill its innovative idea? Because California health regulations don't let restaurants serve fresh food infused with cannabis. Now, while guests over 21 can still consume pot legally in Lowell Cafe's social setting, they can't eat cannabis-infused meals made by...

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