Jane Usher

Special Assistant City Attorney, City of Los Angeles

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Special Assistant City Attorney, who drafted Los Angeles' new medicinal marijuana ordinance; former president of Los Angeles City Planning Commission

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During years when the City Council was otherwise occupied, hundreds of medical marijuana dispensaries sprung up all over Los Angeles.

The Pot Crackdown: From 400 to 41

During years when the City Council was otherwise occupied, hundreds of medical marijuana dispensaries sprung up all over Los Angeles.

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San Francisco charges fees to dispensaries of medical marijuana. Voters in Oakland have approved a tax on sales.

LA Finally Has a Marijuana Ordinance, but Story Is Far from Over

San Francisco charges fees to dispensaries of medical marijuana. Voters in Oakland have approved a tax on sales.

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Los Angeles'  next city election  is less than three weeks away, but Mayor Villaraigosa and his allies have weak opposition, and it's unlikely that much will change when the voting is…

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Los Angeles' next city election is less than three weeks away, but Mayor Villaraigosa and his allies have weak opposition, and it's unlikely that much will change when the voting is…

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