When I moved, cannabis wasn't legal yet

When I moved to San Francisco, California, cannabis wasn’t legal yet.

A lot of things have changed in 20 years.

San Francisco has grown and doubled in size. There are twice as many restaurants, coffee shops, bars, and dance clubs as there was when I moved here. After I left home and moved to San Francisco, I found a really nice apartment in the Haight-Ashbury District. The Haight-Ashbury district is in San Francisco. The neighborhood is known as a cultural center for hippie and counterculture of the 1960s. The district is close to Golden Gate Park. Every year during the month of June, there is a Haight-Ashbury street fair that attracts thousands of people. The street is closed down to vehicular traffic and there are sound stages for bands at each end of the street. During gay pride month, the Haight-Ashbury district is really busy and filled with people. San Francisco is known for many things around the world, but gay pride month attracts ten of thousands of people from all over the country. I work in a cannabis dispensary close to the Haight-Ashbury District. During the month of June, the cannabis dispensary is filled with people from morning until night time. Most of those customers are from states other than California. Since cannabis is legal for recreational purposes, anyone can use the drug. We check IDs to make sure they are valid, but as long as you are consuming the cannabis products within California, anyone can purchase the items. During the month of June, our cannabis store is popping.



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