MedMen wants Pasadena process stopped until the company is reinstated
Officials with a cannabis dispensary company removed from the city’s selection process have filed a lawsuit against the city seeking injunctive relief.
MedMen, which applied to do business in Pasadena as MME Pasadena, is asking a judge to stop the city’s cannabis approval process until the company is reinstated.
Pasadena Now first reported in August that MME Pasadena was removed from the city’s cannabis process after an investigation revealed a material change in ownership and company management.
Qualities specific to both management and ownership were evaluated and directly impacted the scoring and ranking of permittees as part of the selection process.
“MME Pasadena will suffer irreparable harm because other cannabis license holders within the City will be given a head start in developing and capturing valuable market share for the sale of adult-use cannabis within the City during the pendency of this writ petition,” according to the lawsuit.
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