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Attorney General Tom Horne.
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So, I guess this isn't one of those negative political ads, but a real news story. One must question the efficacy of elected officials, no matter the party, who blatantly put themselves above the law!
The question now is ... why haven't the authorities charged Horne, Montgomery, and Brewer with obstructing a State law?They ordered State employees to not perform their duties under the State Medical Marijuana Law, and that's obstruction.They have the right to file lawsuits challenging the law --- but not to tell State employees to refuse to do their job as required by the law. The law is valid. No one has challenged the validity of the State MMJ law. So until the law is repealed or overturned by the court system --- it should be allowed to go forward.Horne, Montgomery, and Brewer have NO AUTHORITY to set aside laws because they don't like them.They should be criminally charged with obstruction.And dispensary owners should sue them for lost income because they have been denied their rights under the law to operate their business.
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