Many of the medical marijuana shops in our state have added recreational sales

I am lucky to live in a state that is full of attractive people with strong values! The people I was with and I have been at the forefront of many positive social changes in this country, especially before the movements absorbed into adjacent areas… For instance, our lake house neighborhood implemented a marijuana decriminalization program in the early 1978s. They made it a $5 fine to be caught with petty amounts of cannabis, plus the ticket was mailed to the offender’s house. This wasn’t the first instance of a city-wide decriminalization effort done in the USA, however it became of the most notorious as critics tried to pin a wave of crime in the neighborhood on that law which had little effect among public opinion, then in reality, the law reMEd plus only saw an increase to $25 in 1990 when the fines were reviewed by the city. This state has both medical marijuana plus recreational marijuana at this point, and although medical marijuana patients pay lower prices at cannabis stores by avoiding state plus neighborhood taxes, they also have to pay money to the state every year to keep their card. There is a tradeoff, however anyone else can walk into a dispensary plus purchase products as long as they’re over the age of 21. In our state the taxes aren’t too crazy yet, however some areas in CA have combined taxes of over 26% on all recreational marijuana sales, but some states also tax medical marijuana purchases as well, with CA being 1 such example. It makes myself and others proud to be residing in our up-to-date state knowing that marijuana would only get more lavish if I moved out west.