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Calling all cannabis entrepreneurs!



Have you heard of Senate Bill 1186 mandating cannabis retail? 

Senate Bill 1186, also known as the Medicinal Cannabis Patients’ Right of Access Act, requires that each California jurisdiction establish a medical cannabis dispensary delivery business within the jurisdiction by the first of 2024. Failure to do so could subject the jurisdiction to civil lawsuits to ensure safe access to medical cannabis, a right under voter approved Proposition 215 in 1996. 

 

SB 1186 opens the dialogue with local regulators to permit retail cannabis, beginning with medical cannabis delivery. Together, we can approach local regulators and explain how allowing adult use sales will help cannabis retailers be successful, thereby ensuring adequate medical cannabis access to the those most in need.

According to the California Department of Cannabis Control, as of April 2024, 60% of all cities and counties across the state prohibit cannabis business retail, including medical delivery.

With the Medicinal Cannabis Patients’ Right of Access Act in effect, these jurisdictions are now breaking the law.
 

Are you ready to establish in one of these banned jurisdictions, help patients get access to medicine they need, and protect your local jurisdiction from civil lawsuits?

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To introduce ourselves: We are 421 Group, a longstanding California-based cannabis consultancy. 

 

Our mission is to raise awareness and drive action towards solving the critical issue of cannabis accessibility throughout the state of California. With governmental relationships across the state and the tools to get your business open, we are confident that we can make a difference. Cannabis should be accessible to all who need it. 

We are poised and ready to help you strike while the iron is hot! Call today or click the link below to book a free consultation with our experienced cannabis team.

Phone Number: (707) 849-1622

Now is the time to make your business vision a reality!

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