LA County Sheriff's to Close All Dispensaries
On March 8, 2017, the Los Angeles Sheriff's, District Attorney, and County Council will file a plan to the Board of Supervisors to close all dispensaries in the Unincorporated Areas of LA.
On February 7, 2017 the Board of Supervisors voted to close dispensaries and are seeking to fund the operation up to $25M. The Board has requested a plan on how to implement these closures.
We have been warning the community that these actions were taking place, and continue to fight against the Board from doing so.
We are working to obtain a copy of the report ahead of time and will dispense the information as soon as we can.
We will be organizing the community to come speak out against this plan and continue to educate the Board of Supervisors that this action is a bad policy to implement toward their plans of regulations later this year.
Please spread the word to others. If they have any concerns about if they are operating in the unincorporated areas of the county, you can check your location through our website. Check Here.
More information to follow.
Over 200,000 residents qualify for expunging previous cannabis convictions in LA County.
There is a discrepancy between the existing retail market of 77 medical dispensaries and the proposed cap of 20 retail licenses.
Topanga Canyon residents voted 76% in favor of commercial cannabis. LA County is proposing no zoning in their town to allow for licensed operators.
We are so very proud to support LA County Supervisors in unanimously voting to direct the county towards making it easier to expunge previous cannabis convictions of hundreds of thousands of LA County Residents.