Welcome to the California Cannabis
California's Collective Voice for the Cannabis Industry
Many of us in Northern California were affected by the smoke and the ash of the recent Camp Fire, but there were those whose lives will never be the same from the loss of their home, community, and loved ones. This holiday season please join CCIA to raise money for the North Valley Community Foundation to assist the many community organizations serving evacuees and first responders.
All donations will be made to North Valley Community Foundation. The North Valley Community Foundation works with community leaders and organizations to approve grants that assist in recovery efforts.
To promote the growth of a responsible and legitimate cannabis industry and work for a favorable social, economic, and legal environment for our industry in the state of California.
The California Cannabis Industry Association was founded on the principle of strength in numbers. The thousands of California businesses involved in our state-legal cannabis industry represent a significant economic force. As the industry's most influential state trade association, CCIA works everyday to ensure our burgeoning business sector is represented in a professional and coordinated way at the state level.
Industry in Action
California's three state licensing authorities released the second draft of the permanent regulations on Friday, October 19th. This release triggered a 15 day public comment period that expires on Monday, November 5th. We are currently engaged with our committees, the Administration, the licensing authorities, and our general membership in identifying and developing regulatory solutions that continue to address public safety goals while streamlining business operations for the cannabis industry.
The Benefits of Membership
Your business's participation with the California Cannabis industry Association means being represented alongside hundreds of other responsible industry leaders committed to bringing about a legitimate and professional cannabis business community.
During the legislative process CCIA has been extremely successful at building coalition partners outside of the cannabis reform movement. This includes medical organizations, law enforcement, labor unions, local and state government associations, and environmental protection groups. Together we create a coalition focused on responsible policy and regulations at the state capitol.
In addition to shaping the legal and regulatory framework for California's emerging cannabis industry, CCIA membership also provides a statewide platform to promote your business while offering you valuable discounts from participating cannabis industry partners.
CCIA Executive Members
McClellan Davis, LLC
Policy and Regulation Development
Industry & Political Forecasting
Exclusive Member to Member Services
Networking with Leading Industry Professionals