Press Releases

07 Mar

Los Angeles Passes the World’s Most Comprehensive Legalization Measure

Game-Changing Measure to Serve As a Model for Nation, California,  States, and Counties   LOS ANGELESSouthern California Coalition (SCC), the largest, most inclusive cannabis industry trade organization in the worlds largest cannabis marketplace, Southern California, announced that its recent efforts spearheaded in concert with the Los Angeles City Council has resulted in the passing of the world’s most comprehensive legalization measureProposition M. Proposition M is a holistic approach...

06 Mar

“YES on M” Election Night Watch and Victory Party Celebration

LOS ANGELES—On Election Night, Southern California Coalition (SCC), the largest, most inclusive cannabis industry trade organization in ‘SoCal,’ will be joined by Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson and others for a “Yes on M” Election Night Watch and Victory Party at Bonaventure Brewery Co. in Los Angeles. Proposition M, spearheaded by Los Angeles City Council and SCC is a holistic approach to legalization that provides Los Angeles City Council with a comprehensive, yet fluid regulatory framework to address issues in real time while fairly licensing, taxing and...

28 Feb

Largest Cannabis Industry Trade Association in ‘SoCal’ Announces California Growers Association’s Backing of Precedent-Setting Proposition M in Los Angeles

Win-Win Ballot Initiative to Help Protect Cultivators, Small Business Owners, Law Enforcement and Communities in World’s Largest Cannabis Market LOS ANGELES—Southern California Coalition (SCC), the largest, most inclusive cannabis industry trade organization in Southern California, announced the California Growers Association’s (CGA) endorsement of its Proposition M ballot initiative, which lays out a sensible path forward to fairly license, permit and regulate each sector of the cannabis industry, including cultivators to grow cannabis in the City of Los Angeles in a safe, professional...

08 Feb

NAACP Endorses Southern California Coalition and Proposition M—The Country’s Most Comprehensive and Inclusive Legalization Framework to be Voted On

Ballot Initiative to Address Massive Inequality Issues Facing the Cannabis Sector, Provides Millions to City Services, Grants Local Citizens a Say in Neighborhood Decisions LOS ANGELES—Southern California Coalition (SCC), the largest, most inclusive cannabis industry trade organization in nation’s largest state-legal cannabis market, and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) announced the Los Angeles Chapter of the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization has endorsed SCC’s goal to create a more inclusive cannabis sector through responsible...

07 Feb

Los Angeles Times Endorses Southern California Coalition’s Proposition M Set to Appear on Los Angeles Ballot this March

“Proposition M Would Give L.A.’s Legal Marijuana Industry the Comprehensive Oversight It Needs, Vote Yes” LOS ANGELES—Southern California Coalition (SCC)—the largest, most inclusive cannabis industry trade organization representing stakeholders across all licensing categories, advocacy organizations, minority groups, veterans, communities and others in Southern California—announced the Los Angeles Times Editorial Board endorsed its Proposition M ballot initiative. Proposition M provides the Los Angeles City Council and mayor with a flexible regulatory framework, so that the country’s largest cannabis marketplace—Los Angeles—can comprehensively and...

03 Feb

The Largest, Most Inclusive Cannabis Trade Industry Association in Southern California Doubled in Size in 2016 as Marketplace Grows

Southern California Coalition Locks-In New Los Angeles Initiative on March Ballot, Giving Angelenos A Chance to Vote for Responsible Marijuana Laws in Nation’s Largest Cannabis Marketplace this Spring LOS ANGELES—Southern California Coalition (SCC)—the largest, most inclusive cannabis industry trade organization representing stakeholders across all licensing categories, advocacy organizations, minority groups, veterans, communities and others in Southern California—announced it doubled in size over the course of the last year as our nation’s state-legal cannabis industry continues to grow. SCC also helped secure...

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