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41 Marijuana Dispensaries Allowed to Stay Open: Where Are They?

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This week the City Clerk determined that just 41 of the 169 medical marijuana dispensaires operating in Los Angeles may remain open under a new ordinance, according to the LA Times. "Some of the ineligible dispensaries are among the most reputable in the city," and may soon be forced to close.

Letters were sent out on Wednesday to the businesses that were named ineligible to operate.

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The LA Times created a map that "shows the locations of businesses cleared to remain open (shown in yellow) and city officials have determined are ineligible to operate (shown in red)."