Brett Vapnek

Business owner

Owner of Perennial Holistic dispensary in Studio City

Brett Vapnek on KCRW

Recreational weed will be legal on January 1. But it may not be easily available. Many cities and counties in California need to create their own regulations for pot shops and growers.

A month before weed becomes legal, many cities are dazed and confused

Recreational weed will be legal on January 1. But it may not be easily available. Many cities and counties in California need to create their own regulations for pot shops and growers.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Voters will decide whether to legalize recreational marijuana for people over the age of 21.

Prop 64: A voter’s guide to legal weed

Voters will decide whether to legalize recreational marijuana for people over the age of 21.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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