BUY, SELL—Medicinal and recreational businesses that fail to meet government guidelines are being weeded out.
When California voters approved Proposition 64 in 2016, the state faced the problem of regulating what had until then been only a partially legal product.
Cannabis has been available for medical use since Prop. 215 in 1996, but not all cities and counties embraced the now almost 25-year-old law.
As the government issued new business licenses following the passage of Prop. 64 two...
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