A judge has ordered closed the dispensary that held farmers market for medical marijuana for two weekends in July, but not because it held the controversial gatherings of marijuana producers and consumers.
The dispensary, West Coast Collective in Boyle Heights, violated the city rules granting it immunity from prosecution, because it hadn’t submitted its managers’ fingerprints properly, L.A. Superior Court Judge Joanne O’Donnell wrote Wednesday in a ruling. It was released today by Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer, who brought the case against the dispensary.
“This is another victory in our continued enforcement of Proposition D,” Feuer said in a statement.
O’Donnell had already ordered that the farmers market close down temporarily.
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