About CalCann Holdings, LLC
CalCann Holdings, LLC is a holding company focused on building a premier portfolio of municipally licensed marijuana real estate opportunities in California. We only invest in properties that are eligible for municipal licensing. In addition, our properties have all the required entitlements and licenses in place and are MMRSA compliant, positioned to be eligible for state licensing in 2018. We then lease these retail and industrial properties to marijuana tenants and operators. While we have invested in some operations, CalCann itself is not a cannabis operator. It neither owns, nor does it intend to own, a financial interest in a cannabis business.
CalCann draws on its growing network of regulatory and law enforcement partnerships in providing guidance to tenants as they navigate compliance issues in new markets. CalCann also uses a range of traditional and tailor-made acquisition structures that allow operators to unlock capital currently consumed by their real estate assets. This often enables tenants to strengthen their balance sheet and accelerate their growth.
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MMRSA Licensing Report
In October 2015 the California legislature passed the Medical Marijuana Regulation and Safety Act (MMRSA). MMRSA creates a comprehensive state licensing system for the commercial cultivation, manufacture, sale, transport, distribution, delivery, and testing of medical cannabis. All state licenses require local authorization.Download
MCRSA & AUMA Comparison
In October 2015, the California State Legislature passed the Medical Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act (MCRSA), creating a comprehensive state licensing system for the commercial cultivation, manu-facture, retail sale, transport, distribution, delivery, and testing of medical cannabis.In November 2016, California voters will decide whether to pass the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA), which would legalize and regulate recreational marijuana in California. AUMA would require recreational marijuana businesses to obtain state licenses in categories similar to those in MCRSA.Download
Marijuana Taxation Across California Cities
In In light of the Medical Marijuana Regulations and Safety Act (MMRSA) and the possible passage of the Adult Use of Marijuana Act (AUMA), California cities are increasingly taking a pro-cannabis stance.
City councils are rushing to adopt medical cannabis ordinances, which prohibit or regulate how medical cannabis businesses can operate within their city.