Napa City Council approves ordinance allowing retail sales of adult-use cannabis

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Adults will soon be able to purchase cannabis products at the city of Napa’s retail cannabis stores without needing a medical use card. The Napa City Council approved the first reading of an ordinance amendment allowing adult-use sales to anyone age 21 and older on a 4-1 vote Tuesday night. The ordinance will come into effect 30 days after the second reading of the amendment is approved, which is set to happen at a future council meeting. Napa currently only permits medical sales of cannabis, through an ordinance passed in 2017. That means people need a physician-approved cannabis use card to buy cannabis products at any of the city’s six dispensaries. And though acquiring a medical use card may take only 10 to 15 minutes, it still represents a financial and logistical hurdle to customers, according to local cannabis retailers. As such, local cannabis retailers have said opening up adult-use sales will bring them a considerable financial boost. Aimee Henry, an owner of Napa Cannabis Collective, previously estimated that allowing adult-use would at least triple the number of customers the store serves each month. Source:    https://napavalleyregister.com/news/local/napa-city-council-approves-ordinance-allowing-retail-sales-of-adult-use-cannabis/article_9854d6b4-1fd8-5b63-b51e-949baaff1043.html

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