Last year’s trickle of city and county pot-ban reversals is turning into a stream. No, we don’t have significant new scientific findings. There’s just budget shortfalls, from Lake County to Chula Vista.
“It’s clear now that California municipalities are changing their posture toward cannabis in the COVID-19 era,” says Hirsh Jain, Caliva‘s director of government relations. Could what quarantine’s wrought be what drives California’s struggling industry into maturity?
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- Local governments aren’t merely passing more cannabis ordinances, according to Jain. Existing laws are being made more friendly to the business.
- Within the article’s slide show, we learn that Anaheim, Chico, Concord and the previously embattled El Monte will have licenses available.