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Marijuana Delivery App Shot Down by Judge

Nestdrop App is now Waiting for Approval

Christina Sarich

by Christina Sarich
Natural Society
Dec 31, 2014

Wouldn’t it be nice to order your medical marijuana the same way you order toiletries online, or the latest best seller? Someone else thought so too, and developed a smartphone application that facilitates the delivery of medical marijuana to Los Angeles residents. But a County Superior Court Judge has shot the app down.

LA Judge Robert O’Brien ruled that all references to marijuana delivery within city limits, including deliveries by the smartphone app, must halt, claiming the company ignored voter-supported Proposition D rules that explicitly ban medical marijuana delivery.

The app was developed by a company called Nestdrop. They have been targeted for over a year by Attorney Mike Feuer, who first filed a complaint accusing the business of violating Prop D.

Nestdrop, which connects medical marijuana patients with dispensaries, said claims that they provide an important service and would continue to facilitate pot delivery in other cities.

Nick Valente, a senior account executive at the company says:

 “We are evaluating our options for the future in regards to Los Angeles and hope the city will change its misguided attempt at restricting medicine for patients.”

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Related: Medical Marijuana by Drone Delivery?

Nestdrop’s has been marketed as the nation’s first app-based, on-demand medical marijuana delivery service.

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Wouldn’t it be nice to order your medical marijuana the same way you order toiletries online, or the latest best seller? Someone else thought so too, and developed a smartphone application that facilitates the delivery of medical marijuana to Los Angeles residents. But a County Superior Court Judge has shot the app down.

LA Judge Robert O’Brien ruled that all references to marijuana delivery within city limits, including deliveries by the smartphone app, must halt, claiming the company ignored voter-supported Proposition D rules that explicitly ban medical marijuana delivery.

– See more at: http://naturalsociety.com/marijuana-delivery-app-shot-judge/#sthash.33wV0p0i.dpuf

Wouldn’t it be nice to order your medical marijuana the same way you order toiletries online, or the latest best seller? Someone else thought so too, and developed a smartphone application that facilitates the delivery of medical marijuana to Los Angeles residents. But a County Superior Court Judge has shot the app down.

LA Judge Robert O’Brien ruled that all references to marijuana delivery within city limits, including deliveries by the smartphone app, must halt, claiming the company ignored voter-supported Proposition D rules that explicitly ban medical marijuana delivery.

– See more at: http://naturalsociety.com/marijuana-delivery-app-shot-judge/#sthash.33wV0p0i.dpuf

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  1. Reblogged this on Nevada State Personnel Watch.

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    January 2, 2015 at 8:40 PM

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