Cannabis Control Division March Newsletter

March 1, 2024

In this month’s newsletter, learn more about the following:

  • Cannabis Control Division Town Hall, April 10, 2024
  • Updates from the Synthetic Advisory Council
  • Tax Returns Due April 15, 2024
  • Concentrate Facts 101
  • 30-Day Rolling Fact Sheet
  • Site Certificates for Public View

Cannabis Control Division – Town Hall, April 10, 2024

The Cannabis Control Division’s Town Hall originally scheduled for February 28, 2024, will now be held on Wednesday, April 10, 2024.

This Town Hall will focus on the current topics that matter most to the cannabis industry in Montana.

Your insights are crucial. To help the department address these, we’ve created the form below for you to submit your questions and concerns:

Please use the following link to attend the April Town Hall Zoom meeting:

We look forward to fostering a productive conversation with cannabis industry members during the Town Hall.

Updates from the Synthetic Advisory Council

The Synthetic Advisory Council last met on February 8, 2024. The recording can be found here.

The next Synthetic Advisory Council meeting is scheduled for March 12, 2024. The public is invited to observe the next Synthetic Advisory Council meeting at the link below.

Tax Returns: Due April 15, 2024

The tax returns for licensees are due by 04/15/2024. Instructions for reporting and payment can be found here. For more information on cannabis taxation, please contact the department’s Miscellaneous Tax Unit:

Phone: (406) 444-6900


Concentrate Facts 101

Marijuana concentrates are extracted marijuana products that contain high levels of active ingredients from the marijuana plant, including delta-9 THC. Concentrates are potent in strength and are recommended for use only by experienced consumers or those with a higher tolerance to marijuana.

To learn more about marijuana concentrates, click on this link:

30-Day Rolling Fact Sheet

Medical cardholders’ purchasing limits are based on a rolling 30-day system. This allows for purchases to be added and removed based on normal purchasing habits. To assist dispensary employees in explaining this system to cardholders, we have created a fact sheet that can also be printed and offered to cardholders.

You can find this fact sheet here:

Site Certificates for Public View

Site certificates issued to premises that are open to the public should be placed in a location that can be clearly seen by consumers. This posting requirement helps consumers confirm they are purchasing from a licensed cannabis business. For questions about obtaining additional site certificates, call (406) 444-0596 ext. 4, or email