Mendo Supes Shape Their County’s Cannabis Law
Susan Schindler, a well-known cannabis activist from Potter Valley, expressed her frustration that, “Somehow, having five more plants than you’re allowed seems to be an imminent threat to public safety…I look at the priorities which have been set by this county so far, and they are, tax me, track and trace me, and charge me. Now I’m back to being an illegal nuisance, potentially, even though the state clearly states that I am an agricultural product…I am tired of being told how much crime is associated with what I do.”
The Voice reported closely on Mendocino Supervisor’s shaping of cannabis law at their Monday meeting. You can read the Voice’s piece here.