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Portland Voters To Decide On Removal Of Cannabis Cap In November

On July 17th, local advocates turned in over 2,400 signatures

The Portland City Clerk has announced that enough valid signatures have been submitted to place a citizen’s initiative on the November ballot that would remove the cap on marijuana businesses in Portland, Maine. 

On July 17th, local advocates turned in over 2,400 signatures to put the petition on the ballot. 

At the August 3rd city council meeting, there will be a first reading of the order, and the council is expected to set a public hearing for August 31, 2020, according to David Boyer, local resident and advocate, and former campaign manager for Eric Brakey.

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