Medford business reopening without marijuana

MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) — A Jackson County judge has allowed a Medford business to reopen as long as it doesn't dispense medical marijuana.

MaryJane's Attic and Basement was forced to close recently after the city revoked its business license. The city says the business was not operating legally under state or federal law.

MaryJane's Attic sells clothing, candles and other products. MaryJane's Basement dispenses medical marijuana to patients who display a valid Oregon Medical Marijuana Act patient card.

An attorney for the business told the Mail Tribune ( ) that MaryJane's is awaiting approval of an application for a license from the Oregon Health Authority to dispense medical marijuana.

If that is approved, the owners will ask the judge to allow the dispensing of marijuana.


Information from: Mail Tribune,

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