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L.A. targets 38 dispensaries for shut-downs thanks to voter-approved bans
By William Breathes in Medical, News
Monday, October 14, 2013 at 3:20 pm

City Hall is starting to make its move against the majority of marijuana dispensaries in town that were made illegal when voters passed Measure D, a May ballot initiative that only allows 135 or fewer older pot shops in L.A. to survive.

Some counts put the number of cannabis retailers in Los Angeles at more than 1,000, though the City Attorney's office says it's more like 800. For now, the office said today that 38 locations are being prosecuted. LA Weekly has the full story.

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