LA County to Close All Dispensaries. Fight Back! Join Us April 18th!
Let Your Votes Be Heard!
On April 18th, the LA Board of Supervisors will be meeting to hear the requested report from the Sheriff, District Attorney, and County Counsel on a plan to spend $25M+ to close all dispensaries.
Prop 64 passed with a higher percentage of the vote in LA County than in the whole state of California. Why are they ignoring our votes! The Board of Supervisors needs to regulate not incriminate.
Calling all stakeholders, patients, businesses, community leaders, all supporters of legalizing and regulating cannabis in LA County. Join Angeles Emeralds along with Drug Policy Alliance, California Cannabis Industry Association, Law Enforcement Action Partnership, Los Angeles Cannabis Task Force, to speak against the Board of Supervisors plans to spend up to $25M to close down all dispensaries months before they role out regulations for the industry.
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.