David Welch

attorney

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Lawyer representing Angelenos for Safe Access and some medical marijuana dispensary owners; he co-wrote Measure F, which ultimate lost to Measure D in the election on May 21, 2013.

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City Attorney Mike Feuer has announced a crackdown on 38 pot shops in the City of Los Angeles, and they could be the first of many.

LA City Attorney to Begin Shuttering Pot Dispensaries

City Attorney Mike Feuer has announced a crackdown on 38 pot shops in the City of Los Angeles, and they could be the first of many.

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President Obama recently asked the following question on ABC New: "How do you reconcile a federal law that still says marijuana is a federal offense and state laws that it's legal?"

Medical Marijuana and Legal Confusion

President Obama recently asked the following question on ABC New: "How do you reconcile a federal law that still says marijuana is a federal offense and state laws that it's legal?"

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