Captain Jack’s is the only dispensary in town operating under a Measure O license
A marijuana dispensary currently operating under a Measure O license can remain open until the state’s Fourth District Court of Appeal decides whether to uphold or overturn a judge’s invalidation of the voter-approved ballot measure.
Judge David Cohn on Friday, April 27, kept the existing stay in place, even as San Bernardino staffers accept applications for commercial cannabis businesses under a new ordinance that is being challenged in court by Stephanie Smith, a Pacific Palisades woman who claims certain requirements violate due process.
“This is a messy situation,” Cohn said in court Friday. As all parties await the appeal process, San Bernardino can award cannabis-related business permits under its new law.
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