Berkeley, California wants to sell marijuana too
An employee collects money while holding packages of marijuana at Top Shelf Cannabis, a retail marijuana store, on July 8, 2014 in Bellingham, Washington.
Legal recreational marijuana went on sale Tuesday up in the state of Washington.
Not to be outdone, there's a proposal in front of the city council in Berkeley, California — a state where marijuana is so far legal only for medicinal use — that would oblige pot dispensaries in the city to provide free pot to the poor and homeless in an amount equivalent to 2 percent of their annual sales.
And the ordinance says it's gotta be good stuff, too.