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Video: A Marijuana Collective for Orange County Senior Citizens

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Now this really shows the true intent of medical marijuana in California.

As of February last year, the city of Laguna Woods was the only one in Orange County to allow dispensaries, a law voted on in late 2008. Back then, the LA Times reported that seniors were still awaiting a willing landlord to house the collective, one of the requirements on Laguna Woods' ordinance. Well, it looks like they found one and, according to ABC7, it remains the only one within city limits. Welcome to Leisure World.

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