Grace Memorial Church in Los Angeles declared it would open at the end of July. Days later, county officials sent a cease-and-desist and subsequently threatened to close the church. But Grace Memorial remains open during the pandemic, because its leadership claimed dispensaries are treated better than churches.
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- Church attorney Charles LiMandri argued that the state discriminates against churches when it closes them but allows businesses, supermarkets, “abortion providers” and marijuana stores to remain open.
- In Pasadena, a similar fight involves the city and Harvest Rock Church.
- Were you to run through all of the strange weed laws in America, you might find our state’s prohibition against transporting product by skateboard the most pointless.
- On Tuesday, Cat Packer, Chaney Turner and Nina Parks will share their views in a webinar focused on social equity.
- September 1 is the final day to nominate your dark horse in analysis, processing/extraction, formulation and plant science for the Cannabis Science Innovation Awards.
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