A federal judge in Oregon ruled that a vineyard suffered "plausibly alleged harm" from a neighboring cannabis operation and may proceed with a racketeering lawsuit. The Capital Press in Salem reported that U.S. Senior District Judge Anna Brown denied the marijuana-growing neighbor's motion to dismiss the complaint. Some marijuana businesses have been forced to spend tens of thousands of dollars in legal costs to defend themselves. So far, courts have set a high legal bar, generally ruling tha...
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Marijuana racketeering lawsuit in Oregon allowed to proceed
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