Yamileth Bolanos

President, Greater Los Angeles Collectives Alliance

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Patient operator at Purelife Alternative Wellness Center in Los Angeles, California, and president of the Greater Los Angeles Collectives Alliance, which represents about 50 medical marijuana dispensaries that registered in 2007

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

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

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