Fires Engulf Cannabis Farms in California’s Emerald Triangle


California tribes worry they’re being shut out of state’s regulated marijuana industry

TODAY: Lori Ajax Participates In Free WebcastThe Fundamentals of California’s Cannabis Regulations for 2018

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Thursday October 12th,
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Press Release: Packaging Industry Eyes The Future of Cannabis Products Packaging

Packaging Industry Eyes The Future of Cannabis Products Packaging


California Gov. Jerry Brown Vetoes Smoking Ban

‘If people can’t smoke even on a deserted beach, where can they?’ Brown asks.

California Gov. Jerry Brown Vetoes Smoking Ban, But Don’t Spark One Up Just Yet

California Gov. Vetoes Cannabis Edible-Shape Ban, Public Smoking Bills


California CPA Licensing Opportunities

More licensing opportunities in California – Woodlake and Hollister are both taking applications for Cannabis licenses.  Check out our guides below:

Cannabis Licenses Are Available in Woodlake, CA

How to Open a Medical Cannabis Facility in Hollister, CA

Don’t forget, the 10/16 deadline is around the corner for businesses filing a 2016 tax return on extension, contact our team to make sure you file on time.

Have an existing Cannabis operation?  Ready to get started in the Cannabis industry?  We’re here to help, click here to get in touch with our team of Cannabis business consultants and tax advisors.

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Ventura approves marijuana deliveries and change to elections

Soon, people seeking medical marijuana in Ventura will not have to travel to get it. They’ll be able to have it delivered from one of up to five locally licensed dispensaries.

The Ventura City Council voted 6-0 on Monday to allow the medical marijuana deliveries, with Councilman Neal Andrews absent. The dispensaries can’t be based inside city limits or located outside of Ventura County.

Also Monday, by a 6-0 vote, the council agreed to move toward a district-based election system. That will replace the at-large system in which every voter can vote on all seven elected city officials.