County in Oregon files suit against state over cannabis rules
A county in Oregon has filed case up against the state in federal court, wanting to invalidate Oregon’s cannabis regulations.
The Josephine County Board of Commissioners sued the continuing State of Oregon, asserting that federal law, which considers cannabis illegal, pre-empts the state regulations that legalized cannabis. Josephine County officials filed the suit ahead of the U.S. District Court in Medford on 3 april.
Josephine County’s officials have traditionally been wanting to limit commercial cannabis manufacturing within the state, stating that cannabis farms are really a nuisance.
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