Agent Registration and Ownership


The Cannabis Control Commission (Commission) is dedicated to supporting full and robust industry participation by minorities, women, and veterans. Policies and procedures have been developed to encourage the involvement of people from communities that have previously been disproportionately harmed by marijuana prohibition and enforcement. The Commission's licensing process requires all operating Marijuana Establishments to positively impact those communities. Success will be measured in terms of ownership, employment, and ancillary contributions by these mandated categories of participants in the industry, as well as tangible benefits provided by licensees to disproportionately impacted communities.
Additional datasets can be found in our Data Catalog.
Please note that all data is self-reported.

Race and Ethnicity of Active Marijuana Establishment Agents
Gender of Active Marijuana Establishment Agents
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Statistics for Final and Provisional Marijuana Establishment Licenses
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Statistics for Pending and Approved Marijuana Establishment License Applications