A staff report prepared for Tuesday’s session of the City Council’s Budget and Audit Committee estimates that Sacramento will need to raise $6.3 million in annual permit fees on cannabis business in order to pay for new staff positions and policing to govern the marijuana industry and address its impacts locally.
A staff report prepared for Tuesday’s session of the City Council’s Budget and Audit Committee estimates that Sacramento will need to raise $6.3 million in annual permit fees on cannabis business in order to pay for new staff positions and policing to govern the marijuana industry and address its impacts locally. Robert F. Bukaty Associated Press file
A staff report prepared for Tuesday’s session of the City Council’s Budget and Audit Committee estimates that Sacramento will need to raise $6.3 million in annual permit fees on cannabis business in order to pay for new staff positions and policing to govern the marijuana industry and address its impacts locally. Robert F. Bukaty Associated Press file

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