LA Times
March 10, 2011

Los Angeles asked the state Court of Appeal on Wednesday to halt an injunction that bars the city from enforcing key parts of its medical marijuana ordinance.

The order, issued by Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Anthony J. Mohr, forced the City Council to rewrite sections of its law, including the process for determining which dispensaries will be allowed.

The city now plans to use a lottery to select 100 dispensaries, but it is seeking to defend the original method, saying it was “the result of months of careful legislative consideration and debate.”

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