LA market’s road to recovery
By Alex Halperin
Apr 28, 2022
Apr 28, 2022
Plant-touching Angelenos often refer to the city as the world’s biggest weed market. But no one says governing it would be easy. LA’s booming illegal markets and big city politics all but ensured a difficult time for Cat Packer, the...
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