CALIFORNIA: Want your medical marijuana delivered? There might not be an app for that.
A judge on Tuesday grounded a smartphone-based service that arranges deliveries of medical marijuana in Los Angeles after the city attorney argued it was illegal.
In the complaint filed Dec. 2, LA City Attorney Mike Feuer requested a preliminary injunction against the app Nestdrop, also seeking civil penalties for violations of voter-approved Proposition D and unfair business practices.
Prop D, which regulates dispensaries, prohibits medical marijuana delivery services in LA and allows only caregivers to transport marijuana to patients.