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In Los Angeles, Labor and Social Justice Advocates Join Forces on Cannabis Equity Proposal

“When I worked in an illegal shop … I was pressured to do whatever the shop owner requested. At my current shop, where I'm covered by a union contract, I know I have rights.”

California
Caribbean

Mixed Reactions as Barbados Prepares to Debate a Medical Cannabis Bill

Economists see a step in the right direction; activists would like something bigger.

California

Los Angeles Moves to Padlock, Barricade Properties Involved in Unlicensed Cannabis Sales

The City Council continues to put pressure on landlords to be vigilant about illegal shops.

Uruguay

Cost of Adult Use Cannabis in Uruguay Continues to Increase

More than five years since legalizing cannabis for medical and adult use, the small country has yet to stabilize its supply.