P-L-U-M Looks Into Banning All L.A. Pot Collectives

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Mount up L.A. medical marijuana patients… it’s time to roll up our sleeves and start digging in for round two of the L.A. City councils out right attack on all L.A. Marijuana Collectives.

After years of knuckle dragging it appears that Tuesday, May 28 Los Angeles city Council’s Planning and Land-Use Management or P-L-U-M, will begin to address all of the different variables which come into play when considering an outright ban on all medical marijuana collectives.

At stake in this opening salvo by PLUM is the livelihoods of one of Southern California’s most infamous landmarks, that of course being the many medical marijuana shops that surround the area. At the moment it appears that there are two options for the planning consider:

a.)    Roll out a less restrictive injunction as suggested by Councilman Paul Koretz

b.)    Prohibition of all marijuana collectives until CA. Supreme Court cultivates a finding for the Long    Beach pot case of Pack v. City of Long Beach…

As is generally the case on can expect a heated debate in the PLUM chambers when this topic hits the floor for discussion.

Time: 2:30 p.m. Tuesday @ L.A.’s City Hall’s Board of Public Works 350, 200 N. Spring St

  

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