SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has voted to prohibit cannabis advertising on Muni on Tuesday, according to Muni spokesman Paul Rose.
This means there will be no pot ads on city buses, trains, and at transit stops. The vote was unanimous.
“Originally it was written that the Board will revisit the issue in 6 months but that language has been removed from the policy. The policy is now in effect; however, current ads will be able to run through the current campaigns and contracts,” Rose said.
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