"Community members on Wednesday said they would like to see a long-term, consistent revenue stream from marijuana profits come directly into their communities to support apprenticeships and job opportunities. They want marijuana convictions wiped from records, and shattered employment prospects rebuilt.

Marlon Anderson, a community activist and two-time mayoral contender, suggested the city and county send all the money it's seized over the years from the illicit marijuana trade back into the community. [Read more...]"