About 30 medical marijuana growers gathered in Boyle Heights at the first farmers market of its kind in Los Angeles Friday. Huge lines stretched outside the market, and as of Friday afternoon authorities said no problems had been reported. Mekahlo Medina reports live from Boyle Heights on the NBC4 News at Noon on Friday, July 4, 2014.
A large number of people were spending their Fourth of July in line to a unique kind of farmers market in Boyle Heights. The featured product: medical marijuana.
The lines were outside the door to the 20 to 30 medical marijuana growers inside the Boyle Heights California Heritage Market on Friday. Some people reported waiting up to an hour-and-a-half to get in.
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Pot pharmacies are like Starbucks around here…
…damn near can’t swing a dead cat without hittin’ one.
When they legalized it for patients in California, the numbers of those little plastic child proof pill containers laying around everywhere was staggering, they were filling up the sewers! I thought that alone was going to get it shut down. The truth is pot dispensaries outnumber starbucks, 7-11 and McDonalds all put together. I say we’re winning. The only thing lacking is a nice exchange for smalltime growers to sell their best stuff.