Stricter rules on testing, packaging and labeling of products loom large for the state’s pot industry, possibly weeding out smaller players.

As she checked ID cards at the front counter of MedMen on Broadway in downtown Los Angeles the other night, the woman at the front desk nodded toward the back of the store.

“We’re having a sale,” she said. “Seventy percent off.”

Closing time was just fifteen minutes away, but the place was packed, as customers sifted through bins of discounted products, then lined up to pay before the cash registers shut for the night promptly at 7:45 pm. 

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Lisa Napoli ~ HighTimes.com

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