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San Francisco Won’t Allow Legal Marijuana Sales at the Same Time as the Rest of California

On January 1st, California will officially legalize recreational marijuana and people from around the state will be able to purchase cannabis products freely. Unless you live in San Francisco, in which case you might have to wait a little longer.

City officials in San Francisco say they won’t allow recreational marijuana sales in the city until regulations are passed. They also want to create an equity program that allows low-income entrepreneurs, people of color and former drug offenders to take part in the industry. According to a city supervisor, San Francisco officials “still have no idea what that program will look like or how it will operate.” [Read More at Civilized Life]

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