Add comment on:Federal Threats Change Mendocino County Medical Marijuana Regulation
The Mendocino County Board of Supervisors changed their ground breaking medical marijuana regulation, the 9.31 Ordinance, to thwart off threats from federal officials. The new changes rollback cultivating 99 marijuana plants to 25. Local officials point to federal threats of legal action and fear of raids.
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