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L.A. Collective a marijuana dispensary in the Atwater Village area of Los Angeles. The are 3 dispen

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Are reparations to residents with marijuana convictions on it’s way to Ohio? Well….. Maybe not just yet. According to Vladtv.com back in May 2016. Oakland City Council convened to hammer out legislation to help boost the expansion of the city’s legal medical cannabis industry. When plans for new licenses for bakers, farmers, hash-makers, and delivery services came up for a vote, as well as a proposal that would be passed to ensure that the applications of those who’ve been locked up for cannabis related offenses are moved to the top of the pile. The move was heavily disputed by proponents of the cannabis industry, who predict that such a measure will slow growth. The proposal won the favor of thousands of critics of the ‘War On Drugs.’ It promised to serve as a testing grounds for what the impact might look like, if the state afforded typically poor people of color the opportunity to open up a cana-business as a means of reparations. Read More

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