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In NORML's $$ distribution above, I see no mention of the supposed $50 million annually that was supposed to go "the communities hardest hit" by Prop. 64.
Let's see: California has 58 counties, so there is a bidding war starting right from the get-go. Of those counties, each has a county seat, which gives those cities a leg up over the others. Then,there are three major cities: SF, LA, and SD, then places like Oakland, Riverside, San Bernardino, Bakersfield. After them, there are the rural towns up in the "Emerald Triangle" and the inland cash-poor areas like Barstow and the Yosemite area that surely will lay claim to being "hardest hit."