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"Consumers have a right to speak their minds about all businesses, irrespective of licensing status." But Yelp said it's planning to make a policy shift spurred by the NBC News investigation.
The website will start identifying cannabis shops that have not participated in Yelp's "license verification program." The listings for those shops will feature a large exclamation point near the top alongside the message "Unverified license," a spokesperson said. Jerred Kiloh, president of the California-based United Cannabis Business Association, said the company deserves credit for taking those steps. "I applaud Yelp for taking the lead on it," Kiloh said. "At least they're now creating a system where they can show consumers the difference between a licensed and unlicensed business." But Cuomo said Yelp's new approach could have the effect of spotlighting illegal dealers and making it easier for customers to get their hands on the kinds of cheaper illicit products they may prefer in spite of the health risks. "This particular step may end up being more harmful," Cuomo said.