The city’s invitation for pot cultivators to pay a gross revenues fee is stirring debate over whether the city is attempting to impose a special tax, which can only occur with a public vote passed by a two-thirds majority.
The city’s invitation for pot cultivators to pay a gross revenues fee is stirring debate over whether the city is attempting to impose a special tax, which can only occur with a public vote passed by a two-thirds majority. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
The city’s invitation for pot cultivators to pay a gross revenues fee is stirring debate over whether the city is attempting to impose a special tax, which can only occur with a public vote passed by a two-thirds majority. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com