From July 1, 2023 through July 1, 2032, 30 percent of the revenue will go to the Community Reinvestment and Repair Fund, a new fund for local organizations that serve communities disproportionately impacted by the war on drugs, the decades-old government-led campaign to reduce illegal drug use that led to the mass incarceration of Black people. A new Office of Social Equity, in consultation with the state Attorney General’s office, will identify those communities.
Some of the revenue will be used to pay for the oversight of the recreational cannabis market; research on the effect of cannabis; education and public awareness campaigns; training equipment for police to recognize impaired driving and purchasing technology “proven to be effective at measuring cannabis levels in drivers.”
Counties and municipalities would receive 1.5 percent of the revenue collected within their boundaries. That money must be spent on behavioral health and drug treatment.
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