Where to Buy Marijuana in Los Angeles After Dispensary Ban Takes Effect

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Wed, Aug 15, 2012 at 7:07 AM

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*Marijuana Shops Told to Close by Sept. 6 Via City Attorney Warning Letter.

Now that the L.A. City Council has decided that all medical marijuana dispensaries must shut down by Sept. 6, where will you get your medicine?

The slacker down the street? No, he was put out of business by the dispensaries. MacArthur Park? Cleaned up years ago. Tijuana? You want to end up in Mexican prison over some $20 bag of twigs?

We have the answers for you in this handy guide to the Top 5 Places Where You Can Still Get Your Weed:

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5. Long Beach and other L.A. County environs. Long Beach's own ban on dispensaries was supposed to go into effect this week, but we have a feeling some brave storefronts will stay open. As the Long Beach Post puts it, you "would never have guessed from the looks of things that anything had changed."

Add to that list unincorporated county areas, where an L.A. County Board of Supervisors ban was recently overturned by a state appeals court.

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