Joe Elferd

Chief Counsel, Americans for Safe Access

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Chief counsel for Americans for Safe Access, a medical marijuana advocacy group

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San Francisco charges fees to dispensaries of medical marijuana. Voters in Oakland have approved a tax on sales.

LA Finally Has a Marijuana Ordinance, but Story Is Far from Over

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