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The California Bureau of Cannabis Control (BCC) has sent a report to the state legislature on equity grant funding.

The $40 million in grants were “authorized by the California Cannabis Equity Act of 2018 (Equity Act) and the Budget Act of 2019,” according to a notice the BCC sent to its email subscribers about the report.

“To date, the state has awarded $40 million to local jurisdictions in equity grant funding to support local equity programs,” according to the report. “The Bureau was initially appropriated $10 million in equity grant funding. In October 2019, the Bureau awarded those equity grant funds to 10 local jurisdictions.”

According to the report, BCC distributed the $10 million as follows:

City of Coachella – $500,000.00

County of Humboldt – $1,338,683.13

City of Long Beach – $913,991.77

City of Los Angeles – $1,834,156.38

City of Oakland – $1,657,201.65

City of Palm Springs – $100,000.00

City of Sacramento – $1,197,119.34

City and County of San Francisco – $1,338,683.13

City of San Jose – $560,082.30

County of Santa Cruz – $560,082.30

The other $30 million, awarded by the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) on behalf of GO-Biz and BCC, was split in the following way:

City of Clearlake – $98,890.43

City of Coachella – $93,783.26

County of Lake – $150,000.00

County of Monterey – $150,000.00

County of Nevada – $149,999.95

City of Palm Springs – $149,397.90

City of San Jose – $149,300.37

City of Santa Cruz – $147,666.75

City of Stockton – $60,000.00

County of Humboldt – $2,459,581.02

City of Los Angeles – $6,042,014.23

City of Long Beach – $2,700,000.00

County of Mendocino – $2,245,704.40

City of Oakland – $6,576,705.76

City of Sacramento – $3,831,955.93

City and County of San Francisco – $4,995,000.00

The nearly 500-page report includes documents submitted from the city and

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