The city of Riverside had introduced ban on storefront pot shops. But, the same had given rise to a court case with a marathon debate over the medical marijuana.
The report has found that the highest court of California has even shown some sympathy to the local government. Since, arguments were going on whether or not retail dispensaries could be restricted by them.
Proponents of marijuana are of the hope that the court would atleast consider the medical benefits of the drug, thereby allowing it to be sold. But, perplexity has occurred for the drug also causes harms in many ways to one's health.
The case has reached the Supreme Court, which is being expected to come up with its ruling within 90 days. It is being believed that the decision by the court would clear up the muddy waters over medical marijuana laws.
Around 200 counties and cities have been closely watching the case since they have also adopted pot shop ordinances. Besides, a legal battle is still being fought by Redding collectives and officials over the ordinance of the city banning the storefronts.
While Riverside has put a total ban on collectives, Redding has banned collectives with nine or more people only.
"We are hopeful it will provide an answer or at least some direction, but we know it won't provide all the answers", affirmed City Attorney Rick Duvernay.
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