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Desert Hot Springs has more pot shops per-person than (almost) every other California city



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When it comes to pot shops, the desert might just be the cannabis capital of California.

Desert Hot Springs, Cathedral City and Palm Springs rank among the cities with the most crowded retail market for marijuana in California, an analysis by The Desert Sun has found.

With the exception of Shasta Lake and a handful of smaller cities, there are more temporary retailer licenses per-person in Desert Hot Springs than any other place in the state. The ratio: 3.8 licenses for every 10,000 residents.

To Read The Rest Of This Article By Amy DiPierro of the Desert Sun


Published: 5:05 p.m. PT April 17, 2018

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