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Category: Fun | Posted on Sat, September, 21st 2013 by THCFinder

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Judge rules against Lansing couple in child-welfare case involving medical marijuana

Category: News | Posted on Sat, September, 21st 2013 by THCFinder
judge-rules-against-lansing-coupleA judge on Friday ruled against a Lansing couple who claimed their child was improperly removed from their care in a case involving medical marijuana.
 
Ingham County Probate Judge Richard Garcia said a referee had probable cause to place 6-month-old Brielle “Bree” Green in the care of the state Department of Human Services.
 
But Garcia said parents Gordon and Maria Green can have unlimited visitation with the child, who has been placed with her maternal grandmother.
 
Acting on a petition by state caseworkers, a family court referee on Sept. 13 placed the child in the care of DHS pending a trial next month.
 
The Greens and other medical marijuana advocates said the state’s actions violated protections in the state’s medical marijuana law. Maria Green is a registered medical marijuana caregiver and was legally growing the drug in her home, they said.
 
Caseworkers said there were allegations marijuana was being used in the presence of children. The Greens deny those assertions.
 
A jury trial is set for Oct. 7 on whether the state should have jurisdiction over the child.
 

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Category: Fun | Posted on Sat, September, 21st 2013 by THCFinder

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Gov. Rick Snyder and Attorney General say no to Lansing marijuana proposal

Category: News | Posted on Sat, September, 21st 2013 by THCFinder
lansing-gets-noLANSING – The marijuana legalization proposal that was approved by the city of Lansing on August 27 will remain on the November ballot despite a notice from the state Attorney General saying the amendment would violate state law.
 
The Lansing City Pulse is reporting that Attorney General Bill Shuette notified Gov. Rick Snyder on Sept. 10 that Lansing's the amendment "is not consistent" with Michigan's Home Rule Cities Act. The rule says that the state must review local ballot proposals.
 
"Regardless of whether the proposed amendment is approved by the voters, marijuana will remain a controlled substance under state and federal law," Matthew Schneider, the Attorney General's chief legal counsel, wrote. "City law enforcement will retain the authority to enforce criminal laws, without regard to any provision in the charter.
 
The letter adds: "No city charter provision 'shall conflict with or contravene the provisions of any general law of the state.'"  The letter also said that the ballot proposal also "does not inform the voters that the proposed amendment conflicts with state law" and that it does "not inform the voters that state law will control regardless of whether the proposed amendment is adopted."
 
City Clerk Chris Swope said that Snyder responded on Monday and said that he agreed with the attorney general's decision.
 
"Because of the inconsistency with state law identified in the attached letter from the Attorney General's Office, I do not approve the proposed revised charter amendment," Snyder said in the letter. Swope said that City Attorney Janene McIntyre has reviewed the matter and told him that the proposal will stay on the ballot.
 

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