BERKELEY (CBS SF) — Berkeley has become a sanctuary city for the adult use of cannabis.

The Berkeley City Council voted in favor of a resolution to be a sanctuary for cannabis customers, businesses, providers, and landlords.

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The resolution specifies “procedures regarding staff interaction with the Drug Enforcement Administration related to the enforcement of federal drug laws.”

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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguin and Councilmembers Ben Bartlett and Cheryl Davila proposed the resolution.

Arreguin said on Twitter that the resolution comes after U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced a crack down on recreational cannabis.

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The mayor said he does not know of any other U.S. cities that have declared themselves a sanctuary for marijuana.