San Diego Board of Supervisors attempt to role back pot shop moratorium during pandemic

On August 5th the San Diego Board of Supervisors will discuss roling back the pot shop moratorium on unincorporated San Diego county. While the county is still locked down from the pandemic and people are isolated; increasing use of alcohol and other substances may likely increase, specifically among our youth. This decision to increase access to potent marijuana products during the pandemic is contrary to the public health data that we have compiled. Our 2020 MPI report points to 29 marijuana related hospitalizations a day in the county. Let your voices be heard during the meeting by using the e-comment link below to submit a comment. The agenda item number is 17 and this is for the August 5th meeting.

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