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Draft Cannabis Regulations

LA City Council’s Current Revised Draft Cannabis Regulations Will Place Patients In Peril, Destroy Small Business Growth, And Kill Tens of Thousands of Jobs In What Has The Potential To Be The World’s Largest Regulated Cannabis Market

LA City Council’s Current Revised Draft Cannabis Regulations Will Place Patients In Peril, Destroy Small Business Growth, And Kill Tens of Thousands of Jobs In What Has The Potential To Be The World’s Largest Regulated Cannabis Market

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 25, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — Southern California Coalition (SCC), the largest, most inclusive cannabis industry trade organization in Southern California, is urging all patients, caregivers, cannabis businesses, industry employees, advocates, and the 80 percent of Angelenos, who said yes to Proposition M (Prop M) to voice their concerns and propose solutions to issues in the Los Angeles (LA) City Council’s current revised draft cannabis regulations at the LA City Council’s Rules, Elections, Intergovernmental (REIG) Committee on Monday, September 25 at 11:00 a.m. PST at LA City Hall.

Los Angeles Issues Dispensary Map, Draft Business Regs and Zoning Ordinance

Los Angeles Issues Dispensary Map, Draft Business Regs and Zoning Ordinance

In the span of two days, the City of Los Angeles has taken three important steps toward regulating its legal cannabis market—issuing a cannabis dispensary map, draft commercial cannabis regulations and a proposed zoning ordinance.

City Controller Ron Galperin Maps Marijuana Dispensaries

City Controller Ron Galperin Maps Marijuana Dispensaries; Advocates for Enforcement to Protect Neighborhoods and to Collect Taxes Due

LOS ANGELES, June 7, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — With legal recreational marijuana coming to California in January 2018, Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin released a map showing the status of medical marijuana dispensaries in the City, along with suggestions on how to better ensure that the businesses pay taxes and comply with local regulations intended to protect residents and customers.


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