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Marijuana and Discrimination

A federal court in California ruled that a commercial marijuana grower may pursue his race discrimination claims against Shasta County law enforcement who allegedly raided his property without cause, did not investigate a white neighbor who was also growing pot, and told him: “We don’t want this or your kind.” 

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – A federal court in California ruled that a commercial marijuana grower may pursue his race discrimination claims against Shasta County law enforcement who allegedly raided his property without cause, did not investigate a white neighbor who was also growing pot, and told him: “We don’t want this or your kind.” 

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