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Griffen Thorne

Griffen is based in the Los Angeles office of Harris Bricken and focuses his practice on corporate and transactional law as well as on data privacy and California cannabis law compliance.

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GOP Voters Support Weed Decriminalization More Than Democratic Lawmakers

Moderate Democrats feared the MORE Act could hurt their chances at the ballots, but a bipartisan majority supports passage of the bill.

Here’s Why Using A Weed Grinder Is A No-Brainer

You don't need grinders to smoke marijuana but you should still use one anyway. You'll thank us later.

Kamala Harris Promises No Cannabis Reform Half-Steps, Then Promises A Half-Step

The Biden-Harris Administration promised marijuana decriminalization and expungement, which advocates arguedoesn't go far enough.

Cannabis During Breast Cancer Treatment: What Are The Benefits?

Well-known organizations like the American Cancer Society have already had frank discussions about the benefits of CBD and cannabis during cancer treatment. 

House Democrats Postpone Marijuana Legalization Bill Until After The Election

Moderate Democrats had urged Democrat leadership to hold any marijuana bill, concerned with how any votes could affect their re-election.

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The California Fires and Cannabis

For licensed growers worried about how the fires will affect them, options are available if you know the rules.

Is Transporting Hemp Really Worth The Risk?

Here's why transporting hemp can be such a massive risk—even though hemp is no longer a controlled substance.

California’s 7 Toughest And Worst Cannabis Rules

Here are just some of the rules that create the biggest headaches for cannabis licensees in the Golden State.

Will California Ever ‘Legalize’ CBD?

The bulk of the issues that the state faces today go back more than two years and amazingly, still have not been solved.

California May Ban Flavored Cannabis Vapes

The California legislature is considering a new law (AB-1639) that, if passed, would restrict how cannabis vape products are made and sold.

Enforcement Alone Won’t End California’s Illicit Cannabis Market

It’s becoming clearer that nothing the state is doing is really changing the illicit market, and this offers little solace to the participants in the regulated market.