More than 200 of the state’s 833 census tracts qualify as “disproportionately impacted areas” based on their unemployment rates and historical drug conviction rates. Under the terms of the marijuana legalization bill signed into law earlier this year, residents of those neighborhoods — or those who grew up there — will pay lower licensing fees. And half of all marijuana business licenses must be reserved for applicants from those areas.
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