Raided pot providers sue government

Two medical marijuana providers are suing the government after getting raided in a way they believed was “inconstitutional”.  On March 14th, Federal Agents raided the Montana dispensary using excessive force the providers claim taking weed, money and vehicles. Not really sure why they had to seize the vehicles but I guess the government will tax anything and everything they want. The Montana natives believe their civil rights were violated and took action.

“The federal government has made clear its intent to threaten and eventually eliminate any business or enterprise related to the medical use of marijuana,” Christopher Williams of the Montana Caregivers Association and Randy Leibenguth of MCM Caregivers say in the lawsuit.
The Department of Justice did not have an immediate comment when contacted Wednesday. Also, Cotter’s office did not comment on the lawsuit.
Federal agents executed 26 search warrants against pot businesses in Montana on March 14, seizing drugs, cash, weapons and vehicles in what Cotter said part of a drug-trafficking investigation. No charges have been filed and Cotter’s office has since refused to comment on the investigation.
It’s clear they weren’t the only ones apart of this raid in Montana. In fact, two days after that agents went on and raided two Washington dispensaries. When will the madness end? LEGALIZE IT ALREADY! Check out the full story here.

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