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Cannabis Odor Lawsuit Goes to Trial in Colorado

Cannabis Odor Lawsuit Goes to Trial in Colorado

Graham Abbott | 10/29/2018

A lawsuit filed by horse ranchers against a Colorado cannabis grow is going to trial today and could yield important repercussions for cannabis businesses throughout the U.S., Westword reports.

The lawsuit, which aims to use the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act against state-legal cannabis businesses, was filed on behalf of horse ranchers Phillis Windy Hope Reilly and Michael P. Reilly against cannabis cultivator Rocky Mountain Organics by Safe Streets Alliance, a national anti-cannabis organization.

If successful, the suit could send a chillingly blunt message to the cannabis community while galvanizing its opponents into further action.

Cannabis Odor Lawsuit Goes to Trial in Colorado






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