L.A. voters want to legalize marijuana, so why won’t city leaders do it?

by The Times Editorial Board Los Angeles voters want to legalize marijuana, and they don’t seem particularly concerned that it remains illegal under federal law. In November nearly two out of three voters in the city of L.A. supported Proposition

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CLG Provides Public Comments To City of Los Angeles on Draft Cannabis Regulations

CLG Comments for LA City

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It’s Time To Get Loud!

  Dear Task Force Members – This Thursday, it is CRITICAL that everyone in the industry comes out and speaks with one massive voice. The Planning Department will be receiving public comment on the City of LA Proposed Land Use Regulations and

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When it comes to regulating marijuana, can we ever count on Los Angeles to do the right thing?

By Robin Abcarian // LA Times I felt kind of sorry for the guy sitting next to me Monday at the “Future of Cannabis” event at the Los Angeles Athletic Club. He’s a commercial real estate broker who knows nothing

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EVENT: Recreational Marijuana Business Law in California

Michael will be speaking at this event, so register now. His presentation will cover California Marijuana Taxation Laws.   http://www.nbi-sems.com/Details.aspx/R-76228ER%7C?ctname=SPKEM

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Police Raids of Marijuana Businesses Continue to Worry the Pot Industry

By Alex Halperin // LA Weekly One morning this spring about two dozen L.A. cops arrived at a large marijuana grow facility with a battering ram. Without knocking, and armed with what the business owner called “full on assault rifles, like

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