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The annual state license application fee for the Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) is $1,000. A bond of $5,000 payable to the State of California is submitted with the application. The actual license fee which is renewed annually ranges from $4,000 to $125,000. The...

Opening A Marijuana Dispensary in California.

California recently celebrated one full year of recreational marijuana sales. Since the adult-use of marijuana became legalized in 2018, the cannabis industry has taken off in California. Over 10,000 cannabis licenses have been issued in the state, making it one of...

growing like weeds.

The cannabis industry is growing rapidly. Since the legalization of adult-use cannabis in 2018, licensing authorities have issued over 10,000 licenses in California. Amongst these, cultivator licenses, retailers, distributors, and microbusinesses. This year is...

Approved regulations for cannabis market.

California’s cannabis licensing authorities announced this month that the Office of Administrative Law (OAL) approved all state regulations for cannabis businesses. Previously, there had been emergency regulations put in place by the three cannabis licensing...

Tax Season.

Running a cannabis business, just like any other business, means paying taxes. Depending on what kind of business it is, there are different tax laws to comply with. The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) requires cannabis businesses that sell...

What kind a cannabis license do you need?

Getting a cannabis license in California is an extensive process. It starts with knowing what type of license you need and how to apply for it. There are three cannabis licensing authorities in California. Each one is tasked with licensing different cannabis...

Cannabis Cultivation Licenses – WeCann

Applying for a commercial cannabis cultivator license in California is an extensive process. CalCannabis is the division within the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) responsible for licensing and regulating commercial cannabis cultivation. They work...

Cannabis Property Demand Slows Down in Los Angeles.

At the beginning of 2018, California experienced a huge spike in cannabis real estate sales due to the high demand for commercial spaces in a newly lucrative industry. Prices were high and commercial properties few. Entrepreneurs trying to get ahead of the game were...

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