Monday, November 13, 2017

What's Your Take?

The City of Oakland, California has a new program that will give convicted marijuana felons a new start. Reportedly, a number of felons that were imprisoned for charges pertaining to marijuana will have the opportunity to open legal weed businesses in the area. Half of all licenses would now go to Oaklanders imprisoned for pot in the last 10 years, or to residents of neighborhoods that police have targeted excessively. Possessing and distributing medical marijuana has been legal in California since 1996.

What’s Your Take? Do you think this is a good idea?




Comments

1. Long Time Listener said...

With proper mentoring and business support,this can be a very useful tool.

2. Henry said...

I applaud the willingness to not only admit that these communities were targeted,but that the government is trying to make a correction.

3. Jesse said...

Good Idea



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