$25 monthly or $250 annually.

Your support as a SCC Member will help to reform, guide, and implement responsible cannabis laws at both the local and state levels. You are invited to join SCC as a Member for $25/per month or $250 annually. All SCC Members receive regular email updates on industry news and activities, access to quarterly meetings, along with invitations to unmatched networking events as well as have a voice in nominating and electing new board members. 

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$100 monthly or $1,000 annually.

You are can join SCC as a Partner for an annual donation of $1,000 or $100/per month, which guarantees that your issues are heard and that you are politically represented. Partners receive regular email updates on industry news and activities, and are invited to quarterly meetings and unmatched networking events. Partners are granted access to the board nomination and voting process for new board members, are eligible for committee and subcommittee appointments

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$500 monthly or $5,000 annually.

You are eligible to join SCC at the Advisor level for a donation of $500/per month or $5,000/annually, which includes all of the benefits included in the SCC Member and Partner levels as well as increased brand awareness on SCC’s web site and prominently featured branding at SCC events, VIP access to speaking, networking receptions and educational events, the ability to submit blog posts to SCC’s website and newsletter, member-to-member product discounts, and with a meaningful voice in a separate nomination process

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Southern California Coalition

The Southern California Coalition is the Southland’s largest cannabis trade association representing every sector of the cannabis industry. The organization’s mission is to ensure that local, state and federal legislation is inclusive, fair, and implemented in a responsible manner. The Coalition was the largest contributor to the City of Los Angeles Measure M campaign. The organization was instrumental in persuading the City to abandon its policy of limited immunity and begin licensing cannabis businesses. The Coalition moved aggressively to protect the rights of the city’s oldest non-retail cannabis businesses and succeeded in moving this category into the next phase of licensing. As demonstrated above, the Southern California Coalition has played a major role in shaping cannabis policy in Los Angeles since its inception in 2016.

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