‘Office Of Cannabis’ OK’d by San Francisco Supervisors

July 27, 2017

San Francisco officials have approved a new Office of Cannabis in advance of recreational marijuana sales starting in California next year.

The San Francisco Chronicle reported that the Board of Supervisors also directed the new office to analyze disparities that keep certain minority groups out of the cannabis business.

Its other task is to make recommendations on how to keep medical marijuana affordable

Board President London Breed suggested San Francisco follow in the steps of Oakland, California, where lawmakers established a cannabis equity program this year.

The program sets aside half of business licenses to city residents who have been arrested on a cannabis crime or who live in neighborhoods with historically high numbers of marijuana arrests.

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    AgentJ says:
    Nancy, your sarcastic comment on where to begin is pretty fitting. You clearly have no idea what you are talking about. It sounds like you've lived quite the privileged life b... read more
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    Nancy says:
    Where do I begin? As if texting, calling & surfing the net isn't enough to distract huge numbers of drivers, now we can add recreational marijuana to the mix. And, let's b... read more
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    Ron Thomson says:
    I hate California...

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