The Daily Hit: September 16, 2019

It’s time for your Daily Hit of cannabis financial news for September 16, 2019.

On The Site

Cresco Labs

Cresco Labs Inc.  (CSE: CL) (OTCQX: CRLBF) has announced a plan to acquire Tryke Companies including six prime Reef Dispensary locations in Nevada and Arizona, expanded licensed cultivation and process capacity in Las Vegas and Phoenix and entry into the Utah market.

The purchase price is $282.5 million which includes $30 million in real estate assets. The payment is a mix of Cresco Labs shares (approximately US$227.5 million), which will be subject to a nine to 21-month lock-up agreement following closing, and cash (approximately US$55 million). The deal is expected to close during the first half of 2020

Missouri

Recently, in connection with the rejection of many medical marijuana facility license applications as “incomplete,” the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) issued a Sample Ownership Visual Representation, which is a fancy name for a sample organizational chart, “[f]or assistance with the Ownership Structure Form” included in DHSS’ standard marijuana facility application packet.

The big problem with this Sample is it shows – as a state example of how a Missouri marijuana licensee should be organized – a corporation (GrowMo, Inc.) existing as the majority owner of the licensee, which is an organizational structure unequivocally barred by the plain language of Article 14 of the Missouri Constitution.

In Other News

Jushi Holdings

Jushi Holdings Inc. (NEO: JUSH.B), a globally- focused, multi-state cannabis and hemp operator, has signed a definitive agreement to acquire 80% of the economic and voting interests in Agape Total Health Care Inc (“Agape”), pending applicable regulatory approvals. Through the acquisition, Jushi will acquire a majority ownership in Agape, a Pennsylvania Dispensary Permittee. Agape plans on opening three retail locations in the Philadelphia region, Reading and Pottsville.

“With the closing of the Agape transaction, Jushi will have completed its participation in the maximum number of permitted retail locations in Pennsylvania, a key limited license market on the East Coast,” stated Jim Cacioppo, CEO and Chairman of Jushi. “Upon closing of this transaction, we will operate five retail locations under the BEYOND/HELLO brand with a plan to open four more during the fourth quarter of 2019. All of these locations and the additional six to be opened are located in densely populated, high traffic communities. Quickly achieving a strong presence in a limited license medical market such as Pennsylvania continues to execute our broader retail strategy.”

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