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In a series of recommendations to the Los Angeles City Council, the city's cannabis department proposed an immense overhaul of its business licensing structure and social equity program.
"Even though asset prices are contracting, demand is not, and that is a beautiful equation," Emily Paxhia says.
Local bans along with high taxes have combined to create challenges for the state's legal market.
As part of the MedMen c-suite shift, Bierman has also agreed to give up his super voting shares.
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The losses in possible sales due to marijuana product shortages is easily in the millions of dollars, one expert estimated.
Cannabis consumers in The Golden State can expect to pay more in 2020.
Heavily taxed and closely regulated legal dispensaries are being undersold by outlaws who flaunt the law.
The trauma of roughshod airborne enforcement by the Campaign Against Marijuana Planting remains raw in the Emerald Triangle.
Many Licensed California Marijuana Growers Face Regulatory Roadblocks Getting Their Harvest to Market
Licensed growers in remote Trinity County have large unsold inventories they cannot legally transport to market.
And why it's forcing some to go to the black market.