By Ashley Beasley
To most, the concept of a lottery is a good thing. But for 230 Los Angeles medicinal marijuana collectives, it means they could lose their business all together.
Los Angeles City Council released a signed amendment to the Medical Marijuana Ordinance in February as yet another attempt to reign in the burgeoning number of medical marijuana collectives, and it’s getting a lot of heat from people throughout the city.
The current amendment seeks to close down 130 of the 230 registered collectives by conducting a random lottery, the date of which has yet to be set.