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Feds Target Medical Marijuana Despite Increased Popular Support

Despite the public’s increased support for the legalization of medical marijuana, the Department of Justice has renewed its crackdown, this time targeting the landlords of dispensaries under laws allowing the feds to seize the assets of traffickers. Under civil asset forfeiture laws, the DOJ is forcing the landlords to either shut down the shops on their property or risk the seizure of the land by the federal government.
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