Hayley Fox

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It’s been just over a year since Los Angeles legalized commercial cannabis, and while sales     of the drug are in full swing, some city efforts to regulate the industry have been slow…

What it's like to get into the legal weed business through LA's social equity program

It’s been just over a year since Los Angeles legalized commercial cannabis, and while sales   of the drug are in full swing, some city efforts to regulate the industry have been slow…

from KCRW Features

You’ve been able to buy and sell marijuana legally in L.A. since January. But the city has been slow to take all the steps to create a completely legal market.

LA's social equity program helps some get into the business of legal weed

You’ve been able to buy and sell marijuana legally in L.A. since January. But the city has been slow to take all the steps to create a completely legal market.

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