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Los Angeles Resets Marijuana Program To Combat Racial Inequality

The Los Angeles City Council approved a series of recommendations Tuesday that would overhaul its plagued recreational cannabis program.

Why Enforcement Is Not The Best Way To Combat The Illicit Market

It seems that California is following the traditional path of other states with regulated cannabis markets and stepping up enforcement.

Who Wins From Marijuana Taxes? It’s Not Always Who You Think

For some states, the promise of shored up budgets and funding of social programs has been realized. For others, it’s been a mixed bag.

California Raises Cannabis Business Taxes, Legal Operators Worry It Will Drive Illicit Market Growth

This move will only further oppress an already weak legal market and fuel the thriving illicit market, according to industry insiders.

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