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Delivery App Shut Down in LA Expanding to Portland, Seattle, Other California Cities

A medical marijuana delivery app that was shut down in Los Angeles announced Thursday that it will be offering its services in other cities across California and in Seattle and Portland.

Nestdrop will deliver to medical marijuana patients in Pasadena, Glendale, Garden Grove and Fullerton, with plans to set up operations in San Diego, the company said in a press statement. The company is also providing delivery to patients in Stockton and San Francisco.

The expansion comes after Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert O’Brien ordered the company to halt its pot deliveries within the city.

In December, Los Angeles City Atty. Mike Feuer filed a lawsuit against Nestdrop, arguing that the app violates Proposition D, the voter-approved measure that placed restrictions on pot shops operating in the city. Feuer contended that the city-wide measure bars any type of medical marijuana delivery. [Read more at the Los Angeles Times]

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