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SEC pulls back on marijuana
The Securities and Exchange Commission is halting its enforcement of all aspects of the Marijuana Risk Disclosure Rule while the Obama administration reviews a separate rule that could see states starting to permit for-profit businesses to trade in marijuana derivatives.
WASHINGTON — The Securities and Exchange Commission is halting its enforcement of all aspects of the Marijuana Risk Disclosure Rule while the Obama administration reviews a separate rule that could see states starting to permit for-profit businesses to trade in marijuana derivatives.
The SEC took the action Monday, just as U.S. attorneys across the country were opening offices for Operation Gunrunner, a federal task force running the country’s biggest and most successful effort to find and destroy guns and drugs.
“The SEC’s decision to defer takes executive action to the side,” said Christopher Anderson, co-director of the Criminal Justice Institute at the American University School of Law in Washington. “But that doesn’t mean that we are any safer.”
The new policy will allow the agency to focus its limited resources on securities violations that involve marijuana or marijuana-related businesses. The SEC said Monday it had suspended its investigations of companies that might be involved in the business of financing the cultivation of marijuana, the manufacturing of marijuana products, the licensing of distribution and delivery services or the retail sale of marijuana products.
It’s the first time the SEC has implemented such a policy.
“Our lawyers have all been poring over this issue and none of them are sure what the implications of the Obama administration’s announcement might be,” Anderson said. “But, at the same time, the SEC has been walking a tightrope.”
The policy applies to all companies based in states where the cultivation, manufacture, distribution or retail sale of marijuana is legal. That includes Alaska, Colorado, Washington, Oregon, California, Massachusetts, Nevada, Maine, New York and Connecticut.
Companies in those states that are not facing criminal charges will be required to disclose any pending criminal charges against their top five executives, any pending civil litigation and any government investigations of the company’s officers or directors.
Companies that are under investigation will not be required to disclose that information until the agency makes a final decision.