SACRAMENTO APPROVES ADDITION OF 10 NEW DISPENSARY PERMITS TO INCREASE EQUITY IN LOCAL CANNABIS INDUSTRY

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Looking to increase equity in Sacramento’s burgeoning cannabis industry, the City Council this week unanimously approved the addition of 10 new storefront dispensary permits. The City previously had set a cap of 30 storefront dispensary permits, which were awarded to holders years ago. When approving the new storefront dispensary permits, Council also set timelines for when the new dispensaries must be operational and provisions for keeping the permits under CORE-participant ownership. HOW CAN I APPLY? The CORE program will be administered by SACC and GSUL to which eligible applicants must submit their applications. If you are interested in becoming a CORE Program participant, please contact SACC and GSUL directly at the contact information provided below.

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Looking to increase equity in Sacramento’s burgeoning cannabis industry, the City Council this week unanimously approved the addition of 10 new storefront dispensary permits.

The new permits will benefit participants in the City’s Cannabis Opportunity Reinvestment and Equity (CORE) program, which works to remove barriers of entry into the cannabis industry for individuals and communities disproportionately impacted by the War on...

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