Tahoe Daily Tribune reports, “After Proposition 64 passed in California two years ago, El Dorado County voters will have the chance to take a stand on cannabis once again this fall. Five cannabis regulation measures will head to the ballot this November, after a 5-0 approval at Tuesday’s El Dorado County Board of Supervisors meeting.”
Illegal grows have persisted countywide, county Deputy Chief Administration Officer Creighton Avila said. Looking at how other counties are handling the problem, he cited a Stanislaus County report: that in order to effectively ban cannabis, it would cost taxpayers in excess of $3 million.
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