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WYOMING, Mich. (AP) — Medical marijuana is legal in Michigan but apparently not in a city near Grand Rapids.
The Michigan Supreme Court is hearing arguments Thursday about a 2010 ordinance in the city of Wyoming that bars activities that conflict with federal law. Those activities would include growing or possessing marijuana, even though marijuana for medicinal use is legal in Michigan.
Wyoming is appealing a decision that struck down the ordinance.
The Michigan branch of the American Civil Liberties Union is representing Wyoming resident John Ter Beek, who is registered to use medical marijuana. The ACLU says cities can't ignore state law.
An association of Michigan prosecutors is supporting the city. A handful of other communities have similar laws.