A group of medical marijuana dispensary owners has abandoned a lawsuit challenging Detroit’s new zoning and licensing regulations.
The rules, which took effect March 1, are expected to cut the number of dispensaries in the city to as low 50 from more than 200.
March 31 was the final day dispensaries could apply for licenses to remain open.
In their lawsuit, the 10 dispensary owners argued they should be grandfathered into the new system because they began operating before the zoning ordinance took effect last month. They dropped their lawsuit on Friday without comment, according to the Detroit Free Press.
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