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Mike Feuer
L.A. judge orders halt to smartphone app for medical pot delivery

A judge in Los Angeles ordered a smartphone application company on Tuesday to stop arranging the delivery of medical marijuana to customers in the city in violation of a ban on such businesses, prosecutors said. Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer's office filed a lawsuit on Dec. 2 seeking a preliminary injunction against the Nestdrop app in the latest salvo in an ongoing tug-of-war over medical cannabis in America's second-largest city. About 130 medical marijuana shops have been granted immunity under a ballot measure approved by voters in 2013 that meanwhile outlawed the operation of hundreds of other similar businesses. The lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court...