On August 6th we published an article that described the financial benefits of the use of a properly organized Cannabis Cooperative Association (“CCA”) to move cannabis as adult-use flower from cultivator to consumer. [See CCA’s Beat Underground ] On August 8th we published an article that described the financial benefits of moving cannabis as adult-use oil through a CCA. [See CCAs Create Profits ]This article describes the additional financial benefits of moving flower from cultivator to consumer through a CCA as medical cannabis rather than as adult-use cannabis. The spreadsheet immediately below was the starting point for our August 6th article. This spreadsheet illustrates the division of the proceeds, including all taxes collected from consumers, of the retail sale of flower as adult-use cannabis through conventionally structured businesses. In this illustration we have assumed a sale of 250 packages of flower for $40 per 8-gram package. The $40 sale price includes the taxes collected from consumers. We have assumed a Local Cannabis Tax rate of 10.0% and a Sales Tax rate of 8.75%. The operating costs and profits of the dispensary, distributor and cultivator we have assumed ...