San Francisco To Miss Legalization Deadline After Supervisors Postpone Cannabis Vote

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The Board of Supervisors delayed another vote yesterday on new regulations for recreational cannabis. As a result, the city likely won’t have a legal framework in place when marijuana becomes legal statewide on January 1.

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The Board was set to consider changes to city regulations for zoning, planning, health, taxes, law enforcement and other issues that were sponsored by District 8 Supervisor Jeff Sheehy and Mayor Ed Lee, but the vote was postponed to November 28.

The measures would have made sweeping changes to the city’s marijuana industry, but zoning and land use issues appeared to be the primary issues that prevented supervisors from reaching a consensus.

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Source: Cannabis Business Times

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