Supervisor Rex Bohn liked the idea and he countered Lovelace’s previous comment. “I don’t think there’s anybody up here trying to abdicate their job, I think they’re trying to enhance the process,” he said.
These three supervisors asked everyone for their jobs. They ought to find a way to do them – for everyone.
The initiative’s most obvious result would be make it legal to possess up to an ounce of marijuana and to grow it in a 25-square-foot area. It leaves regulation up to local governments but also allows for action by the state legislature.
A Board of Supervisors subcommittee will recommend new medical marijuana regulations. The county’s current ordinance is more liberal than those of cities but it’s non-applicable now that the state’s Supreme Court has ruled that quantity limits violate Proposition 215, the state medical marijuana law.