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Second District Holds City’s Ordinance Governing Medical Marijuana Collectives Is Preempted by the Controlled Substances Act
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Pack v. Superior Court of Los Angeles, ___Cal. App.4th___
In a case involving the City of Long Beach’s ordinance enacting a comprehensive regulatory scheme by which medical marijuana collectives within the city are governed, the Second District Court of Appeal has held that the ordinance was preempted by federal law to the extent the ordinance authorized medical marijuana collectives.
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