MMJ Delivery App Challenges Los Angeles Law

The company behind a popular medical marijuana delivery app that was ordered to cease operating in Los Angeles last December is challenging the city’s MMJ restrictions.

Nestdrop has asked an appeals court to overturn the injunction that prevents it from doing business in Los Angeles, saying that the previous ruling is incorrect because the city’s medical cannabis law doesn’t “explicitly” ban delivery services or apps that help dispensaries facilitate deliveries.

The company is essentially claiming that the city’s reading of Proposition D, the set of MMJ industry rules approved in 2013 by voters, is incorrect. The appeal also argues that Prop

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