In the proceeding with work to expand the legitimate cannabis space and incorporate networks that have been harmed the most by the war on medications, advocates have divulged a model neighborhood mandate that would help more non-white individuals enter the business.

The Model Municipal Social Equity Ordinance, discharged Monday by the Minority Cannabis Business Association, “Creates a baseline framework for adopting and advancing social equity in the cannabis industry as official public policy.”

“The Model Ordinance is a statement from the communities we represent to the local lawmakers, regulators, entrepreneurs and other stakeholders who are building our nation’s cannabis industry one town at time-social equity is not only possible, it should be the industry standard moving forward,” Khurshid Khoja, co-chair of the MCBA Policy Committee, said in a public statement.

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