Prop 64 allocated a portion of state cannabis tax revenues to the Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) to administer a grant program designed to mitigate the impacts of cannabis legalization on local communities. Since 2019, BSCC has awarded over $31 million to local governments through the Prop 64 Public Health and Safety Grant Program. Local governments have received funds to support youth development, public health and law enforcement. In many cases, local governments have contracted with community-based organizations to deliver services and education in youth prevention. In 2022, BSCC has $120 million for grants to local governments. To learn more about how this program works, and which local governments have received funds and for what activities, please review our new report. In the report, we offer recommendations on how BSCC can shape this program going forward to have a greater impact.