SF Officials Approve 1-Year Tax Reprieve For Pot Businesses

Law360 (November 12, 2020, 6:29 PM EST) -- San Francisco's Board of Supervisors has voted to hold off on imposing local taxes on cannabis businesses until the end of 2021 after delays in the business permitting process hampered the industry's ability to get off the ground in the city.

The board's vote at its meeting Tuesday approving the ordinance put forward by Supervisor Rafael Mandelman is a win for the city's pot businesses, as it both delays the date when they must begin paying the taxes and lessens their financial burden.

The ordinance passed unanimously.

It should come with an exhale of relief for San Francisco marijuana businesses, many...

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