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License renewal
§ 66. License renewal. 1. Each license, issued pursuant to this
article, may be renewed upon application therefore by the licensee and
the payment of the fee for such license as prescribed by this article.
In the case of applications for renewals, the board may dispense with
the requirements of such statements as it deems unnecessary in view of
those contained in the application made for the original license, but in
any event the submission of photographs of the licensed premises shall
be dispensed with, provided the applicant for such renewal shall file a
statement with the board to the effect that there has been no alteration
of such premises since the original license was issued. The board may
make such rules as it deems necessary, not inconsistent with this
chapter, regarding applications for renewals of licenses and permits and
the time for making the same.

2. Each applicant must submit to the office documentation of the
racial, ethnic, and gender diversity of the applicant's employees and
owners prior to a license being renewed. In addition, the board shall
consult with the chief equity officer and executive director to create a
social responsibility framework agreement that fosters racial, ethnic,
and gender diversity in their workplace and make the adherence to such
agreement a conditional requirement of license renewal.

3. The board shall provide an application for renewal of a license
issued under this article not less than ninety days prior to the
expiration of the current license.

4. The board may only issue a renewal license upon receipt of the
prescribed renewal application and renewal fee from a licensee if, in
addition to the criteria in this section, the licensee's license is not
under suspension and has not been revoked.

5. Each applicant must maintain a labor peace agreement with a
bona-fide labor organization that is actively engaged in representing or
attempting to represent the applicant's employees and the maintenance of
such a labor peace agreement shall be an ongoing material condition of

6. Each applicant must provide evidence of the execution of their plan
for benefitting communities and people disproportionally impacted by
cannabis law enforcement required for initial licensing pursuant to
section sixty-four of this article.