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California Code, Health and Safety Code - HSC § 111615

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<For Executive Order N-68-20 (2019 CA EO 68-20), which authorizes steps to increase availability of drugs and other health products, and also alters requirements related to foster care, background checks, and Workers’ Compensation, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, see Historical and Statutory Notes under this section.>

No person shall manufacture any drug or device in this state unless he or she has a valid license from the department. The license is valid for two calendar years from the date of issue, unless it is revoked. The license is not transferable.

The department may require any manufacturer, wholesaler, or importer of any prescription ophthalmic device in this state to obtain a license.

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