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Cannabis Commission Discusses Ways to Address Social Equity Program Issues

For the first time this year, the Los Angeles Cannabis Regulation Commission addressed issues it has had with the subsidized marijuana retail licensing program, vowing to hold more community meetings on the matter.

Department of Cannabis Regulation Executive Director Cat Packer said the audit that’s currently being conducted on the third phase of the department’s Social Equity Program will be completed in mid-March at the earliest.

The SEP awards the subsidized licenses to people who were convicted of cannabis crimes when sale and possession of the substance were completely illegal, or for people who have lived in a “disproportionately affected” area for at least five years.

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Published: February 06, 2020

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