Pot Farmers Say Calif. County Sitting On Grow Applications

By Sam Reisman (October 28, 2020, 9:14 PM EDT) -- A group of cannabis growers claims in a new lawsuit that a Northern California county has been sitting on approximately 100 applications to cultivate marijuana for months and that the inaction could result in the loss of $50 million worth of marijuana.

In a complaint filed Monday in California state court, the growers accuse Trinity County officials of failing to act on dozens of pending applications and of squandering or returning the application fees that the growers submitted.

The county has provided no adequate explanation for the lack of progress, and the months of delays have put the farmers at risk...

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