The Huntington Beach City Council moved one step closer to lifting the citywide ban on cannabis businesses on Nov. 15.
The council voted 4–1 in favor of continuing discussions on the topic, with councilman Erik Peterson and Mayor Pro Tem Mike Posey opposed and Mayor Kim Carr absent.
The current council majority—excluding Peterson and Posey—voted in favor of putting a measure that would tax cannabis businesses in the city, should it ever be legalized, on the ballot in the June Primary—which failed to get enough votes. They again put it on the November ballot and it is currently winning 54.65 percent to 45.35 percent, as of Nov. 18…
Source: The Epoch Times
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