Tuesday, January 29, 2019

California Cannabis Delivery in Headed Toward Legal Battle

By CA Political Review, Jan. 02, 2019

In 2016, many California police chiefs and sheriffs opposed to legalized recreational marijuana use were placated by a provision in Proposition 64 that said local governments would have the right to block recreational sales.

The Ballotpedia overview of Proposition 64 reflected the conventional wisdom at the time it passed: “Local governments were also allowed to completely ban the sale of marijuana from their jurisdictions.” The text of the ballot measure stated: “Allows local regulation and taxation of marijuana.”
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1 comment:

  1. California legalized “medical cannabis” way back in 1996 over 22 years ago. In truth “recreational” consumers never had trouble getting a cannabis card and have been able to obtain herb easily the entire time. California officially legalized “recreational cannabis” November 2016. Retail sales of “recreational herb” began January 1st, 2018.

    Over 23 years of cannabis legalization and lo and behold California is by far the largest economic engine in the U.S. and just went from the 6th largest economy to the 5th largest economy in the world. California's insurance rates have remained steady and not a single police agency in the state even keeps a statistic on traffic fatalities caused solely by cannabis intoxication because incidents are so rare. California leads the planet in aerospace, high technology, agriculture, video and musical entertainment media and tourism. We host headquarters for numerous international corporate giants like Apple, Intel, Netflix, Lockheed, Paypal, Tesla, Oracle, Google, TRW, Rockwell International, Unisys, Yahoo, Disney, and AMD to name just a few. An average of over 250 million tourists visit California annually spending upwards of 100 billion dollars providing over a millions jobs. Other than that, in California we're just stoned slow and lazy!

    The madness is over! Legalize, regulate and tax recreational cannabis!


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