At the local level we serve as clearinghouse of information to empower, professionalize, and advance cannabis policy dialogue at the local level.
Legislation passed in Sacramento provides new pathways for California’s thousands of existing cannabis activities to enter the legitimate marketplace. This legislation provides important public policy tools to help solve public safety and environmental impacts of the black market. Local governments are critical to the successful implementation of this legislation. Local elected and appointed officials are important partners as we work together to transition away from the black market.
Through a network of local chapters CGA provides an engaging and inclusive schedule of monthly workshops and networking events throughout the state. Please click here for a schedule of upcoming events.