Dana Point Leaders Reject Cannabis Tax Measure

Not every city is feeling the allure of cannabis tax revenue. The Dana Point City Council has rejected a proposed ballot measure to tax commercial cannabis within city limits.

Mayor Pro Tem Jamey Federico introduced the proposal.

“In light of the economic impacts of COVID-19, the unforeseen changes in the way the economy will adapt after COVID-19, and the ever-changing laws and attitudes toward cannabis, it is reasonable to believe that the city will be confronted with the discussion whether to permit any cannabis-related businesses in the foreseeable future,” Federico said.

Read more at the Dana Point Times


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