Sovereign Indian Nations Find Cannabis Business Success with Tribal Cannabis Consulting Group – EIN News

In 2017, Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval (Center) signed Senate Bill 375, which allowed for negotiations about the use and sale of medical marijuana on tribal lands in the state surrounded by members of the Inter-Tribal Cannabis Commission of Nevada.

Cultivation site of the Lovelock Paiute Tribe, a member of the Inter-Tribal Cannabis Commission of Nevada.

The national firm provides compliance-driven resources through its seed-to-sale technology, government policy initiatives, and Inter-Tribal Cannabis Commission.

RENO, NEVADA, USA, December 3, 2020 / — Tribal Cannabis Consulting, an industry leader in native policy and business development, has cultivated a network of compliance-driven resources and quality solutions for sovereign Indian nations. Through its proprietary seed-to-sale tracking technology, federal and state legislative initiatives, and Inter-Tribal Cannabis Commission of Nevada (ITCC-N), Tribal Cannabis Consulting has helped native groups navigate the cannabis industry successfully and compliantly.

Since its establishment in 2014, Tribal Cannabis Consulting has served as a steward for native cannabis businesses, securing five of the first seven compacts in Nevada and working with federal and state governments to develop thriving marijuana programs all while protecting tribal sovereignty.

Tribal Cannabis Consulting was integral to the passing of Nevada Senate Bill 375, allowing the governor to negotiate compacts with tribal leaders and councils. The bill permitted cross-jurisdictional commerce and regulatory compliance for cannabis businesses.

Nevada Senator Tick Segerblom has commended Tribal Cannabis consulting as a “boots on the ground” collaborative entity between the State of Nevada and Tribal nations, from industry inception to compact issuance. He recommends Tribal Cannabis Consulting to any Tribe looking to enter into the cannabis market.

Tribal Cannabis Consulting’s advocacy work and compacting legislation led to the creation of the ITCC-N, the first United States National cannabis compliance, multi-state, inter-tribal organization, providing real third-party Tribal cannabis program oversight, and enforcing each tribe’s

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