When cannabis advocates in California began selling the idea of establishing a taxed and regulated pot market one of the critical points was throwing a chunk of the tax revenue at after school programs.

In fact, the language on the ballot specifically showed that the state’s publicly funded After School Education and Safety (ASES) programs would be one of the first to see revenue.

However, after 19 months of full-swing cannabis sales, these after-school programs have not seen a dime, according to a report from the Enterprise-Record.

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