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Re: “Dispensary can continue to operate over dance studio's objections, judge rules

No, that was not the argument, you missed the core of the argument, which is that the two dispensaries cannot be detected as having anything to do with cannabis. The windows are blacked out, and the word "cannabis" (or any equivalent word) is not on the building, so no child - or anyone else - could be "corrupted" by the store, since they cannot know what it is.

So, the LAWSUIT's argument of children being corrupted by being "nearby" is nonsense.

The alchohol and porn stores NOT having the same standards was just to point out that cannabis is having to deal with HIGHER standards than any other business. The people suing are not suing the liquor store. Why not, if they care about their children being corrupted? Because their viewpoint is IRRATIONAL. It's just an unthinking dislike of something they do not understand very well.

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Posted by Hep Yo on 10/14/2018 at 5:47 PM

Re: “Dispensary can continue to operate over dance studio's objections, judge rules

If I took a random person, dropped them off in the parking lot, and told them I would give them $1000 if they could find the Cannabis store, I would never have to pay out. There is NO evidence of which door it is. The windows are opaque, you cannot see ANYTHING from outside. The sign says "NHC" and the word Cannabis is nowhere on the building.

There is no possible way that any children would have any way of knowing anything about the storefront, so they could not be corrupted in any way.

Note that there is a liquor store within very easy walk of the Dance Academy, children can walk inside, and see a FAR MORE DANGEROUS drug than cannabis. That drug - alcohol - is advertised with posters on the outside of the liquor store.

Note that the "Diamond Adult Store" on Grand Avenue has adult items in the storefront window.

In contrast, the Cannabis stores are only noticeable if you happen to know the address, otherwise you probably could not find a cannabis store in Grover Beach. The lawsuit is complete nonsense.

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Posted by Hep Yo on 10/13/2018 at 6:39 PM

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