City reveals results from cannabis store location and gas tax survey

This Aug. 22, 2019 photo shows medical marijuana plants being grown before flowering during a media tour of the Curaleaf medical cannabis cultivation and processing facility in Ravena, N.Y. After legislative efforts stalled and a vaping sickness stirred new concerns, the governors of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut still want to make recreational pot legal. But the states have different approaches and timeframes, and some proposals have shifted since last year. (AP Photo/Hans Pennink)

By Brady Wakayama

The city released the results of the survey on June 4. They got a little more than 6,000 responses for each of their seven questions. The survey asked five questions regarding cannabis retail regulations with the legalization of selling recreational marijuana less than a year away. One of the main questions brought up: Should cannabis stores be clustered together throughout the city? Nearly 4,000 people responded yes and about 2,500 people were opposed to the idea.

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