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United Cannabis Business ...

We fight on our collective behalf to create a robust and sustaining regulated California cannabis industry. From introducing ballot measures locally and legislation at the state, to taxation issues, licensing, and social equity programs, the UCBA is the leading voice for legal cannabis in California. We work with leading cannabis cultivators, manufacturers, and distributors to establish strong relationships and good policy that benefits our industry.

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United Cannabis Business Association

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801 S. Figueroa St. #1050, Los Angeles, CA 90017

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The National Cannabis Ind...

Representing nearly 2,000 member-businesses and tens-of-thousands of cannabis professionals, NCIA is leading the charge to protect legal cannabis businesses, defend our state laws, and advance federal policy reforms. Successful businesses are joining NCIA every day to become stronger, smarter, and more prosperous by working together to defend and expand the responsible cannabis industry.

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The National Cannabis Industry Association

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575 Logan Street, Denver, CO 80203

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Texas Cannabis Industry A...

Texas Cannabis Industry Association® promotes and works to ensure the favorable social, economic and legal environment necessary for a legitimate and responsible cannabis industry in Texas. We serve as the voice of the industry, devoted to providing resources and support to legal cannabis businesses in the state.

We are founded on three pillars:

Mentorship. Advocacy. Education.

TCIA is non-partisan. We do not advocate one party over another. TCIA aggressively supports viable individual candidates who possess the content of character to openly engage for cannabis law reform, toward a more just and compassionate Texas Republic.

TCIA does not promote the use or sale of illegal drugs in any way. We act in strict accordance with all state and local laws, rules, and regulations. TCIA promotes responsible political and corporate engagement to help establish and promote a responsible, wellness-based legal cannabis industry across the nation, including Texas.

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National Hemp Association

Our Mission:
To support the growth and development of all aspects of the industrial hemp industry.
We accomplish this by:

• Educating and informing the public about the health, environmental, and economic benefits of reviving an industry that has been prohibited for over seventy years;
• Building a community of individuals, businesses and organizations to facilitate the growth of the industry;
• Working collaboratively with industry, government officials, and the scientific community to create and implement industrial hemp standards, certifications and regulations.

large_hemp_fieldWe firmly believe that American industry is trending towards bio-sustainability and hemp plays a critical role in the establishment of a new economic paradigm. The National Hemp Association is dedicated to shifting the perception of hemp as being an alternative crop to a mainstream commodity.

We are a non-profit corporation created to encouraging trade and discourse among hemp professionals. We are dedicated to the development of the domestic industrial hemp industry. This goal will be attained by coordinating legislation, agricultural organizations, farmers, processors, manufacturers, and retailers. The promotion of the industrial hemp industry is congruent with the desire to improve the environment through production and utilization of hemp farming and products. We see a direct relationship between the products we use and stewardship of the land.

We have developed close relationships with government agencies to establish regulations that benefit the hemp industry across the nation. We provide a wealth of expertise in fields ranging from mining and agriculture to hemp materials processing and the latest developments pertaining to laws and regulations.

The Challenge and the Opportunity
Currently, the infrastructure to process raw hemp is almost non-existent throughout the United States. Currently we import hemp fiber, hurd, and hemp seeds for use in various industries ranging from health food to cosmetics and construction materials. The United States represents ninety percent of the worldwide market for hemp products which is roughly $620 million retail in the U.S. annually and has a track record of 10% growth per annum.

Screen Shot 2015-09-19 at 2.50.28 PMFacilitating the production and processing of hemp within the United States will create thousands of jobs and encourage investment in Colorado. Building the infrastructure to process and sustain this new industry will require considerable investment. Educating the public about hemp, its history and uses is very important as we lay the foundations of building and investing in a sustainable industry.

The Association represents:

Hemp farmers, processors, manufacturers, start-up businesses, entrepreneurial endeavors, and retailers
National and international industries which recognize the benefits of hemp as a versatile and ecologically-friendly material
We strive to build a viable industrial hemp economy by providing education about the benefits of hemp and providing expert consultation to producers and processors entering the hemp industry.

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National Hemp Association

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80 M Street SE #130, Washington, Virginia 20003

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MJBA: Marijuana Business ...

Proudly serving the cannabis industry business pioneers since 2012, the MJBA is a true grassroots trade organization, supporting local activities across the country. The organization relies upon membership dues and sponsorship to sustain us. We thank you in advance for your support.

As a paid MJBA Business Member, your company is positioning itself at the forefront of the fastest-growing industry in America. In addition to gaining invaluable industry knowledge, and an unparalleled professional network, your company is also entitled to the following benefits:

MJBA Business Member Badge for Your Company Website, Advertisements and Emails
Monthly Offers, Coupons & Giveaways
Exclusive Invitations to MJBA Local and National Conferences, Meetups and Events
Significant Discounts on Advertising and Special Promotions
Free Daily and Weekly Newsletters
Invitation to join our MJBA Meetup Network
And so much more!

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MJBA: Marijuana Business Association

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520 Pike Street #2500, Seattle, WA 98101

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California Cannabis Indus...

The California Cannabis Industry Association (CCIA) was formed to unite the legal cannabis industry to help educate and act as a resource to lawmakers and our members. We are the most influential trade association in the state representing the diverse interests of the cannabis industry: retail, cultivation, manufacturing, delivery, distribution, testing, insurance, packaging, and various ancillary services. Our unified voice includes over 500 California businesses representing over 670 brands and approximately 15,000 employees.

Over the past six years, CCIA has consistently advocated on behalf of cannabis businesses to advance a comprehensive regulatory framework that achieves important policy objectives encouraging investment and innovation, protecting small businesses, and enhancing public and consumer safety.

CCIA will continue to work diligently with the legislature, the Administration, and the licensing authorities on open-market regulations and solutions that foster a robust cannabis industry while prioritizing public safety and health.

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California Cannabis Industry Association (CCIA)

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1225 8th St #250, Sacramento, CA 95814

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