A bill on the governor’s desk would more than double fees the Point Reyes market pays the state per vendor, and would add fees owed for non-farmer vendors. David Briggs

The Point Reyes Farmers Market could face a large uptick in fees under a bill on Governor Jerry Brown’s desk. Authored by Assemblyman Roger Dickinson, a Democrat representing Sacramento, and passed by the state legislature in August, A.B. 1871 proposes many changes for farmers markets: punishing deceptive claims about agricultural products with a six-month jail sentence . . .

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