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Poll: Should Sonoma’s dispensary initiative have gone to vote?

While I believe that Sonoma should/could have a dispensary, this one seemed flawed and rushed.

Actually this should have been done a year ago. Those that are against never even prepared for what was going to happen when it became legal.

It’s called “dope” for a reason. Save our young minds, they are the future of our country.

The City Council should not be impeding state laws about cannabis. Instead they should be reducing the ridiculous number of wine-tasting rooms around the Plaza. And, oh, BTW they could set and reap higher tax rates on cannabis, and actually create income that could be used to better our city/local residents. Our City Council is way too passive and obstructive.