Meet a Latina Pioneer of Legit Weed Transactions | L.A. Weekly

One of the first people in Los Angeles County expected to receive bona fide licenses for growing and manufacturing marijuana products is a Latina woman.

That’s important because when voters legalized recreational marijuana in November, they were pitched the story of minorities excessively criminalized by black-market drug sales but often shut out of the legalized cannabis revolution. Proposition 64 would open the “green rush” to people of color, backers argued.

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Source: Meet a Latina Pioneer of Legit Weed Transactions | L.A. Weekly

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