Monday, March 19, 2007

Claremont Weed Removal

Good news for concerned citizens of Claremont: the city has stamped out the last smoking embers of marijuana. From the Claremont Courier:

The medical marijuana dispensary, located at the 600 block of S. Indian Hill Boulevard, will not be re-opening its doors for business any time soon. On Thursday, a Los Angeles Supreme Court judge in Pomona ruled in favor of the city of Claremont by issuing a preliminary injunction against Darrell Kruse, owner and operator of the dispensary.

The injunction requires Mr. Kruse to shut down his business until after a trial is held deciding whether to enforce the injunction permanently. That will not likely be held until sometime in fall, said Jeffrey Dunn, an attorney with Best, Best & Krieger who represents the city of Claremont.
Overlooking the bigger issue here, namely the continuing tension between state and federal law, I think we can all take comfort in the elimination of this threat to Claremont's youth. No doubt, now that CANNABIS (Claremont All-Natural Nutrition Aids Buyers Information Service) has been closed, there will be no other means for the young and restless to access cannabis. We can all rest easy again.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow, you just aren't terribly bright, are you.....

Any wonder no one responds to any of your lies?

Please, at any cost, purchase a clue, ok sparky?

Anonymous said...

This Tuesday, the Claremont City Council plans on making a wacky kind of move. They will not be making any ruling on Medical Marijuana. Instead, they will be introducing an ordinance regarding the prohibition of businesses that contravene state and/or federal law. Way to go Mayor Yao!

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