ANDERSON RAISES CONCERNS OVER COUNTY’S PROPOSAL FOR CANNABIS BUSINESSES IN UNINCORPORATED AREAS
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Specifically, Anderson objects to the report’s recommendation to prioritize giving cannabis licenses to people who have been imprisoned or deported in the past for cannabis-related crimes.
East County’s Supervisor also objects to a provision that calls for providing County-owned land or buildings at low or no cost for social equity cannabis businesses.
Third, he voiced concerns over a recommendation to empower youths age 16 through 25 to become involved in the decision-making processes for this social equity program.