On Tuesday, Oct. 20, at 2 p.m., the City of Los Angeles will begin its next licensing round. Critics are sure to be watching closely as prospective deliverers, distributors, non-volatile manufacturers and testing labs queue up to get into what’s thus far been a very brutal game.
- L.A.’s delivery application process is available only to verified social-equity applicants. In April a group named the Social Equity Owners & Workers Association charged the city’s social-equity program with being “compromised by corporate greed and government corruption.” The suit was dropped after the city doubled the number of equity applications available.
- In a blog post, real estate broker Gary Mittin outlines specific disadvantages that keep equity candidates in limbo.
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