California Adult Use Legalization Exceeds Early 2018 Expectations
with huge lines and festive atmospheres reported across the state in 2018’s earliest hours and extending further into the New Year than many expected.
While the day marked a celebratory milestone in California’s cannabis sector evolution, not all of the state took part on day one. In fact, licensing issues halted dispensaries across California from Los Angeles to smaller market destinations.
In Los Angeles, city officials announced in late December that it would begin accepting license applications on January 3, which could result in a weeks-long delay in properly authorizing businesses in the City of Angels.
Head of L.A.’s Department of Cannabis Regulation, Cat Packer, told reporters in December that
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