The Napa County Farm Bureau announced today their opposition to the Napa County Cannabis Regulation Initiative, slated to appear on the March 2020 primary ballot. Earlier this week, the Board of Supervisors voted to place the initiative on the ballot rather than adopt it as an ordinance. This decision came after a review of a comprehensive analysis (9111 Report) on the ballot initiative. The Farm Bureau will immediately launch an opposition campaign to defeat the initiative in the March election.
The campaign’s formation will lay the groundwork to form a campaign committee and begin fundraising efforts, key early steps that will be necessary to defeat the initiative, noted Ryan Klobas, CEO of the Napa County Farm Bureau.
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