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Josephine County’s attempt to upend Oregon cannabis laws has failed

Oregon Flower : Golden-Eyed-Grass

“This decision could be writing on the wall that the federal government will soon drop marijuana to a lower schedule.”

“The county has provided no evidence to the court that it has attempted to ban any and all marijuana use and production, as would be theoretically required by full compliance with the Controlled Substance Act,” he wrote. “Instead, the county merely seeks to limit the use and production in rural residential zones, while continuing to allow marijuana use and production in other instances. Apparently the county is only worried about aiding and abetting federal felonies on certain kinds of land and not others.” … A U.S. magistrate judge has recommended dismissal of a lawsuit Josephine County filed against the state of Oregon, finding the county has no standing to sue the state, and hasn’t proved it’s been injured by laws allowing growth and consumption of recreational and medical cannabis.

Original Article (Oregon Public Broadcasting):
Josephine County’s attempt to upend Oregon cannabis laws has failed
Artwork Fair Use: Dinesh Valke

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