February 6, 2014

Michigan Supreme Court strikes down ordinances regulating medical marijuana

From The Detroit News -
"Local communities can’t pass ordinances that try to pre-empt Michigan’s 5-year-old medical marijuana law, according to a unanimous Michigan Supreme Court ruling released Thursday. In the case in question, the west Michigan city of Wyoming created a 2010 zoning ordinance that prohibited the use, cultivation or manufacture of marijuana. The Supreme Courtruling appears to invalidate similar ordinances in Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills and Livonia that were challenged by the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan."
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