Meet 20 Sonoma County residents advising lawmakers on cannabis’ future

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A group of 20 Sonoma County residents — some well-known, others who’ve rarely (if ever) seen the limelight — have been chosen to represent a wide swath of interests in the local green rush.

Working with County Supervisors, the Sonoma County Cannabis Advisory Group was recently formed to provide “a diverse perspective on the impacts of cannabis and cannabis regulations and to provide information and feedback to the County for developing, amending, and funding local cannabis programs and policies.”

Read more in The Press Democrat’s Emerald Report.

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