5 Steps to Staying Compliant in With California’s Cannabis Track and Trace System, METRC (CCTT-METRC)

5 Steps to Staying Compliant in With California’s Cannabis Track and Trace System, METRC (CCTT-METRC) November 30, 2018 In January 2018, the California Department of Food and Agriculture cannabis regulatory department, CalCannabis Cultivation Licensing Division, launched the statewide California Cannabis Track and Trace (CCTT) system, more commonly known as METRC. CCTT-METRC uses unique identifiers (UID […]

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Interview: Transitioning to a Regulated, Adult-Use Cannabis Program

Interview: Transitioning to a Regulated, Adult-Use Cannabis Program With Matthew Ledbetter BioTrackTHC Cannabis Implementation Senior We sat down with our Colorado office employee, Matthew Ledbetter, to ask him about what it’s like going from unregulated to regulated and what should California expect. Matthew Ledbetter is a BioTrackTHC Implementation Senior who has helped set up and […]

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Cannabis Shortages Continue: Could California Be Different?

Cannabis Shortages Continue: Could California Be Different? By: Anthony Stevens This article was originally shared by Cannabis Business Executive. Here we go again.. Another state, Maryland, begins medical cannabis sales and within just a week, shelves are empty. Mainstream media builds these situations up to look like “everybody is crazy for cannabis and the stores […]

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Shasta Lake California Approves Cannabis Permitting

Shasta Lake California Approves Cannabis Permitting September 5, 2017 Northern California has been a hotbed for cannabis activity for as long as there’s been cannabis activity, so it should come as no surprise that the interest in setting up cultivation facilities has skyrocketed since Proposition 64 passed last November. What has been surprising is the […]

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3 Reasons California Businesses Need Cannabis Track and Trace Software

3 Reasons California Businesses Need Cannabis Track and Trace Software

3 Reasons to Get Cannabis Track and Trace Software Now, Not Later As the entire industry continues preparing for the coming California market, business owners find themselves in a variety of different positions from operating legal businesses to applying for a license in their local municipality.  The one question on everyone’s mind is, “Should I […]

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Thousands See Cannabis Charges Reduced Thanks to Prop 64

Thousands See Cannabis Charges Reduced Thanks to Prop 64 May 23, 2017 Some industry experts estimate that the adult use cannabis industry will generate more than 20,000 new businesses with over 6 billion in revenue by 2020, and that’s just in California. Considering there are currently expected to be 19 different types of license types, […]

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California: Submit Feedback on Rules and Regs

California: Submit Feedback on Rules and Regs

California: Submit Meaningful Feedback   Guest Contributor: Amanda Ostrowitz, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, CannaRegs May 11, 2017 Over the last month, California has released rules and regulations for business licensing as it relates to the state’s impending adult-use cannabis industry.  Because California’s cannabis program is unlike any before it, the state wants to ensure that […]

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Cannabis Bill Tracker

Cannabis Bill Tracker

Cannabis and Marijuana Legislation Roundup – Part 2 Cannabis Bill Tracker March 20, 2017 *We’ve launched our Cannabis Bill Tracker page after receiving interest in ongoing cannabis-related legislative updates. Check back every Monday! Welcome to this week’s Cannabis Legislative Round Up, part 2 of our cannabis bill tracker. A lot has happened since our last […]

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California Cannabis Activity Tracking

California Licensing Authority Seeks Cannabis Activity Tracking System

California Licensing Committee Seeks Cannabis Activity Tracking System   The California cannabis industry is moving towards full legalization, but not before they implement state-level tracking regulations. With the recent solicitation for a system to monitor cannabis sales and activity, the program framework is becoming clearer. Recreational cannabis will be regulated, tracked, reported and closely reviewed […]

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