Aiming to strike a blow at the illicit market, four of San Diego County’s municpalities have voted to allow permit REC and MED to be sold under one roof.
San Diego Tribune
- La Mesa updated its ordinance on Tuesday, voting unanimously to change the law as a means of putting financial pressure on traditional market businessmen. San Diego has shut down more than two dozen illegal shops in the past four years.
- Said City Councilman Bill Baber, “We’re trying to basically change the customer base, for those who are used to buying illegally. Now they can buy what they need at safe, regulated, taxed legal dispensaries.”