California’s Department of Cannabis Control Launches CannaConnect, Providing New Resources to Support California’s Cannabis Businesses

California’s Department of Cannabis Control Launches CannaConnect, Providing New Resources to Support California’s Cannabis Businesses
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As California’s commercial cannabis industry grows, operators deserve all the support we can give you when it comes to getting into and staying compliant with the state’s regulations. Today, the Department of Cannabis Control (DCC) is launching CannaConnect – a resource hub aimed at helping you navigate the state’s regulated cannabis market and maintain compliance. A directory of compliance resources are available on the newly-launched CannaConnect web page: cannabis.ca.gov/cannaconnect. New resources include: You’re licensed, now what? – A fact sheet for new license holders to understand early steps that they can take to understand the requirements. What to expect when you’re inspected – Inspections are opportunities for you to work with and learn from our expert inspectors who are there to point you in the right direction. This fact sheet describes some of the basic requirements for all license types that our inspectors will check, and it can help you prepare for an inspection. Resources to assist provisional licensees as they transition into annual licensure, including two handouts, “Provisional License Requirements” and “Key Dates for Provisional Licensees,” and a web page describing the CEQA review process for cannabis businesses. “A strong legal cannabis industry is good for all Californians, and DCC applauds the thousands of legal operators who help ensure the safety and longevity of California’s growing legal industry,” said Nicole Elliott, DCC Director. “We know entering the regulated market can be overwhelming, complex and challenging, but DCC is here to help. We want licensees to succeed, and CannaConnect represents a dedicated way to reach cannabis license holders by providing them with tools to support the operation of a compliant business.” Recognizing that each licensee is as unique and diverse as the market itself, and to ensure that this effort is reflective of your needs, DCC is asking all those involved in California’s cannabis market – from license holders…

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