Berkeley City Council Approves No-Cost Medical Marijuana for Low-Income Residents
Berkeley City Council members have passed an ordinance requiring medical marijuana dispensaries to make 2% of their product stock available to low-income individuals at no-cost. The ordinance defines low-income as individuals with annual incomes below $32,000 a year, or families of four with annual incomes below $46,000.
- "Berkeley, Calif., City Council Votes To Give Free Pot to Poor" (Chumley, Washington Times, 8/12).
- "We're Giving Free Pot to the Poor, Says California City" (Smith, Sunshine State News, 8/12).