California Native American Cannabis Association

California Tribes Form Association to Protect Marijuana Business Rights

Governor Jerry Brown recently received a request from the newly formed California Native American Cannabis Association. The group wants to initiate government-to-government consultations with various tribes. It wants to ensure that marijuana regulations include specific language that respects the sovereignty of tribes and protects their right to self-regulation. Proposition 64 and its related laws, which govern California’s multibillion-dollar marijuana industry and go into effect on January 1, 2018, does not include any language currently that addresses Indian tribes and their sovereign rights. To ensure the new laws protect tribal sovereignty and build tribal support, C-NACA plans to hold a symposium from October 29 to November 1 at Morongo Casino Resort in Cabazon, California to discuss tribal issues. According to the President of Emerald Enterprise and Sapphire MJ Solutions, Blue Quisquis, who has extensive experience in gaming operations and now helps tribes enter the marijuana market, “Just like gaming, it is …

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