Three cannabis companies with the same ownership dropped their federal lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles on Thursday, bringing a nearly yearlong challenge to the city’s social equity marijuana licensing program to a close.
In a notice of voluntary dismissal filed with the court, the three companies — ARMLA One Inc. , ARMLA Two Inc. and Gompers SocEq Inc, — said each party would bear their own costs from the litigation and that the suit was dismissed with prejudice in its entirety.
The notice did not provide any further details about the voluntary dismissal, and counsel for the companies declined to…
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Published: August 24, 2021
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