The Cannabis Control Commission on Thursday approved the state’s first acquisition of a marijuana company. The commission approved the sale of Sira Naturals to... Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission approves first sale of a marijuana company

The Cannabis Control Commission on Thursday approved the state’s first acquisition of a marijuana company.

The commission approved the sale of Sira Naturals to Cannabis Strategies Acquisition Corp.

Sira Naturals owns three medical marijuana dispensaries, in Cambridge, Somerville and Needham. It has secured licenses to cultivate, manufacture and transport marijuana for the recreational market.

Cannabis Strategies Acquisition Corp., a publicly traded company in Canada, announced in October that it had an agreement to buy Sira Naturals along with three Nevada-based marijuana companies and one company that operates in Nevada and Colorado.

The Cannabis Control Commission took up the request for a change of ownership at its meeting a week ago, but delayed voting in order to request more documents related to ownership, control and cap limitations.

The concerns came after news outlets reported that some large companies are trying to get around state-imposed caps on how many licenses a corporation can own by executing management agreements with multiple companies that own marijuana stores. [Read more at MassLive]

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