Sheriff's Report Delayed Again! Our Votes Heard!
You may have noticed today's article in LA Weekly.
Marijuana Advocates Fear Mass Raids in Los Angeles County. Click Here
This morning we received notice from the county delaying the report stating the following:
"I wanted to let you know that Item 19 (marijuana enforcement report back) on Wednesday’s agenda is being continued one week to March 14th."
While it's not over, the victory here is that we have an additional week to organize our efforts to convince the county that it's better to put their efforts towards transitioning the industry to a regulated market.
We will be sending out further notice on what to expect but for now we wanted to sincerely thank everyone in their efforts towards making our votes heard.
Stay tuned, 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.