Aug 26, 2015

Oakland blocked from suing to keep Harborside pot dispensary open - SFGate

Oakland has no right to challenge the government’s attempt to shut down the huge Harborside medical marijuana dispensary even though it would cost the city millions of dollars in tax revenues, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday. Harborside, which serves 108,000 patients and is the nation’s largest licensed pot dispensary, is fighting the forfeiture suit in federal court, saying it violates...

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