L.A. city attorney moves to shut down L.A. Cannabis Farmer’s Market


It was billed as California’s the nation’s first “marijuana farmers market,” and it attracted hundreds of patients who stood in line to get a farm-fresh experience buying medical cannabis.
Unfortunately, it was also illegal.
That, at least, is the contention of L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer, who today announced that he has asked a judge to issue a preliminary injunction that would forbid the operators from doing their California Heritage Market again, a spokesman for his office told our associates at the LA Weekly.