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Medical Marijuana Food Truck Hits up the Lakers Parade

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Those who are at the Lakers Parade this morning and happen to be carrying a prescription for medical marijuana are in luck. A food truck featuring medical marijuana lollipops has been serving customers this morning, and without any interference (yet) from the police, according to the LA Times. Truck operator Bilal Muhammad has OG Kush and Grand Daddy Perp, among other flavors, for anyone with a prescription card (maybe this will give Ron Artest the munchies, meaning more Wheaties for him!!). Muhammad used to have a shop in West Hollywood, but after being shuttered, he took to the road. Marijuana delivery has been the latest trend in the business.

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