One of the highlights that Jenkins and legislative advocate Max Mikalonis of K Street Consulting point to is the quick death of Assembly Bill 1530 at the hands of a legislative committee.
If it had become law, the bill would have overturned a relatively young policy of allowing MJ companies to deliver products anywhere in the state regardless of local marijuana business bans. The League of California Cities strongly supported the measure.
“It was sort of a watershed moment – of industry beating local government and law enforcement in the first policy committee – the first time it came up for a vote,” Mikalonis said.
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