San Diego now has 13 stores with licenses to sell recreational and medical marijuana. That’s more than most cities in California. But it’s nowhere near what some say is necessary to meet the city’s demand for marijuana. KPBS metro reporter Andrew Bowen takes a look at some of the reasons why it’s so hard to open up a legal cannabis dispensary, and what’s at stake for the newly legalized market.
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