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The NACB is shaping the future of the cannabis industry. We partner with subject matter experts and our verified network of the most innovative, professional and trustworthy cannabis companies. Together, we establish national standards and best practices to ensure consumer safety and business responsibility.
To give a voice to cannabis businesses and provide them the tools to grow & thrive in the industry.
When Oklahoma Senate Bill 1030 takes effect on August 29, it will introduce changes to the way the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) shares information with law enforcement agencies. And those changes, argue the plaintiffs in an Oklahoma lawsuit, will put patient health data at risk.
Tolerance is the main factor that determines how well you can drive after cannabis use, how long it takes you to “come down” and even how much cannabis you need to get the desired effects in the first place.
“To tell Texans you can’t purchase a firearm if you have a compassionate use card is unconscionable,” said Rachel Malone, Texas director for Gun Owners of America.
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HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE APPLYING FOR A NACB MEMBERSHIPWhen you become a member of the NACB, you become part of a distinguished, self-governing community in U.S. cannabis that is screened, vetted and dedicated to being responsible, trustworthy and compliant. Our compliance team takes the vetting process very seriously in order to assure the NACB's status as the cannabis industry’s symbol of integrity.We have a rigorous vetting process for cannabis business suppliers. We will not admit organizations if there is credible evidence of the following: Criminal convictions for crimes of dishonesty, such as fraud and tax evasion Criminal convictions for other crimes of moral turpitude, such as blackmail, kidnapping, and sexual assault Civil liability for dishonesty, such as fraud or tax evasion Misrepresentation of licensure, certification or educational history Credible complaints of dishonest business practices Knowingly providing false information in the application This list is non-exhaustive. The NACB has sole discretion to grant or deny each application.