Cannabis Companies Drop Suit Against Los Angeles

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MJ Biz reports Three cannabis companies withdrew their year-old federal lawsuit against Los Angeles over the city’s controversial social equity licensing program. ARMLA One, ARMLA Two and Gompers SocEq voluntarily dropped the suit without explanation, according to a one-page filing in U.S. District Court in central California. According to the filing, each side will pay its own legal costs. The three unsuccessful social equity applicants, which have common ownership, sued Los Angeles last September, alleging the city was biased in its licensing decisions. ARMLA One had a winning application that was revoked because a preschool was within 700 feet of the planned marijuana store. The company argued in the suit that several other license winners also were in violation of being too close to schools or libraries. More at https://mjbizdaily.com/cannabis-group-drops-suit-against-los-angeles-over-social-equity-licensing/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=newsletter&utm_campaign=MJD_20210823_NEWS_Daily

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