Over 1,200 Apply for Cannabis Equity Licensure in Los Angeles as Next Deadline Looms
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Over 1,200 Apply for Cannabis Equity Licensure in Los Angeles as Next Deadline Looms

The deadline was July 29 to apply for the Los Angeles Department of Cannabis Regulation's program that allows low-income and low-level marijuana criminal offenders to operate dispensaries.

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July 30, 2019

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - The deadline was July 29 to apply for the Los Angeles Department of Cannabis Regulation's program that allows low-income and low-level marijuana criminal offenders prior to legalization to operate dispensaries.

The DRC said more than 1,200 applications have been filed to participate in the program, and it expected hundreds more to flood in yesterday.

The Social Equity Program is in its third phase of applications. In its first two phases, it dolled out temporary approval status to almost 300 existing dispensaries and cannabis providers and is now seeking applications for delivery and additional retail licensing.

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