In 2018, when California’s Prop. 64 officially legalized adult use of cannabis, San Francisco seemed poised for a green rush. Since then, more than 40 dispensaries have popped up around the city providing a growing array of cannabis products.
Out of that excitement emerged a cottage industry that sought to transform San Francisco into the Napa of weed. The opportunity seemed ripe, given the city’s proximity to cannabis-producing farms in the Emerald Triangle, its many local dispensaries and its long history of cannabis activism dating back to Dennis Peron, Brownie Mary and the first-ever public dispensary in the U.S.
But the dream of turning San Francisco into a destination for cannabis hasn’t quite materialized.
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