L.A. council to ask voters to legalize more MMJ dispensaries

The Los Angeles City Council took a big step toward creating possibly the largest legal cannabis market in the United States, if not the world.

The council voted Tuesday to develop a March ballot measure¬†asking city voters to repeal a 2013 ordinance that both bans medical marijuana businesses and grants “limited immunity” from prosecution to 135 dispensaries, L.A. Weekly reported.

The move was proposed by Council President Herb Wesson, whose  measure is called the Cannabis Enforcement, Taxation and Regulation Act. If voters give a thumbs up, the initiative would repeal Proposition D on July 31, 2018, and would

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