David Goldstein Investigation: Dozens Of Shut-Down Pot Shops Reopen Under New Names

CBS Los Angeles

STUDIO CITY (CBSLA.com) — After Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer claimed to have closed a large number of pot shops in the city, CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein found that dozens of them have reopened to defy the law once again.

At one such store in North Hollywood, observation uncovered what appeared to be underage kids entering during their trip home from school.

No signs existed at the store to indicate that it was a medical marijuana dispensary, but an marijuana website identifies it online as Harleys Center. Public records indicate that the store is owned by the same company that ran another dispensary, called Harleys Place, about a mile away.

That dispensary was forced to shut down for violating 2013’s Prop D — the law that resulted in capping the number of marijuana dispensaries in Los Angeles.

This process of reopening dispensaries in different locations after being shut…

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