From: Convenience Store News
Grassroots Coalition Blocks San Francisco Menthol Ban
Board of Supervisors must now make one of three decisions.
By Melissa Kress
Pointing to the city’s Office of Economic Analysis report, Rojas Jr. noted the economic impact could be even greater than the estimated $50 million when you factor in the loss of payroll tax and property tax, as well as possible small-business jobs.
In early August, the San Francisco Department of Elections validated the signatures collected by Let’s Be Real San Francisco, setting up a possible showdown on the election stage.