David Downs

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California Bureau Chief for Leafly.com.

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Downtown Los Angeles is at the center of what’s becoming a public health crisis.

Illicit vape products from China are coming to LA

Downtown Los Angeles is at the center of what’s becoming a public health crisis.

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A measure that would legalize recreational marijuana has officially made it to the ballot in California.

Sean Parker Pot Bill Makes California’s November Ballot

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