Here in our news section, you’ll find stories and the latest updates about how the Cannabis Consumers Coalition is working towards our mission in ensuring consumer rights and creating a trustworthy and open and free cannabis industry. Take a look at our featured pieces below and let us know what you think about our efforts via email or starting a conversation in our forum.
OGLALA SIOUX TRIBE PASSES HISTORIC CANNABIS REGULATIONS
October 28, 2020
DENVER CO, October 28th, 2020 – Yesterday the Oglala Sioux Tribal Council made a historic vote to implement laws and regulations defining how Oglala tribal members may develop legal cannabis operations.
CANNABIS CONSUMERS COALITION ANNOUNCES A WARNING TO VOTERS ABOUT PROTECTIONIST PROPOSITION 207
September 10, 2020
The Cannabis Consumers Coalition and prominent cannabis community members cite constitutional law, market protectionism, limited market opportunity via monopolization, and consumer trust as concerns regarding Arizona's Proposition 207, Marijuana Legalization Initiative (2020) on the ballot this year in November.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, LARISA BOLIVAR, HELPS PASS SOCIAL EQUITY IN COLORADO IN A LAST MINUTE "HAIL MARY" THROUGH THE LEGISLATURE DURING COVID.
June 16, 2020
Historic Colorado House Bill 20-1424 Creating Social Equity in Colorado passes with Expungement Amendment Thanks to the Cannabis Consumers Coalition Last Minute Efforts
LARISA BOLIVAR WANTS TO REMIND BIG MONEY WEED OF ITS ROOTS
April 15, 2020
Any cause worth fighting for needs warriors on the front lines, and that's where you'll find Larisa Bolivar. The founder of the Cannabis Consumer Coalition has been an activist for two decades, calling out anyone she feels isn't serving the greater good...
WHAT HAPPENED IN MISSOURI? AMERICA’S MOST CONTROVERSIAL MEDICAL MARIJUANA LICENSING PROCESS EXPLAINED
October 29, 2020
The struggle to control medical marijuana licenses & market share in Missouri has been hotly contested since at least 2014. This has led to 5 diverging campaign groups differing over access to licensing and strategy during the time period 2014-2018. In November 2018, Missouri voters approved New Approach Missouri’s initiative petition, Constitutional Amendment 2, implementing medical marijuana in Missouri (now Amendment XIV to the Missouri Constitution). In January 2020, some 1800 out of 2200 license applications were denied, sparking a public controversy & legislative investigations into the process.