California voters approved the recreational use of marijuana in 2016, but it wasn’t a blanket law that gave the industry free rein to operate across the state. Local governments have the final say in whether cannabis will be allowed in their cities (although that power is being challenged).
To date, marijuana sales remain illegal in Calabasas. Even so, the City Council voted last month to put an initiative on the November ballot that would place a tax of up to 10% on all cannabis sales in ...
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