BY ED MURRIETA
Microbusiness licenses allow permit holders to operate three of four types of cannabis businesses: cultivation, manufacturing, distribution and retail.
This California license type is up for adoption Tuesday by the Sacramento City Council.
Soon, Sacramento will also consider increasing the number of cannabis retail stores it permits, currently capped at 30.
With one or two more tweaks — Sacramento will consider cannabis lounges in 2019 — I can envision a day when microbusiness license holders in Sacramento — the self-appointed Farm-to-Fork Capital of America that prides itself on local — open self-sufficient boutique retail stores and adjacent lounges featuring their own “house-grown” cannabis in product styles and portion sizes — grams, joints, micro-dabs — suitable for safe consumption at places of purchase near population centers, not necessarily destination dispensaries hawking BOGO deals at the edge of town.