6 R.I. communities reject cannabis sales; combined $1.4B in local school bonds OK’d

VOTERS IN 25 Rhode Island communities Tuesday approved recreational cannabis sales, while another six rejected pot businesses setting up in their communities. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
PROVIDENCE – Voters in 25 Rhode Island communities Tuesday approved recreational cannabis sales, while another six rejected allowing pot businesses to set up in their communities after recreational marijuana sales officially become legal in the state on Dec. 1.  The R.I. Cannabis Act automatically authorized cities and towns to allow recreational sales, unless local officials…

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