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Marijuana Landlord's Bankruptcy Withstands Justice Department Appeal


Marijuana Landlord's Bankruptcy Withstands Justice Department AppealA federal appeals court has denied the Justice Departments request to unravel the debt-repayment plan of a Washington landlord who collected rent from a licensed marijuana-growing business. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled Thursday in favor of Michael Cook, who placed his real-estate properties in chapter 11, and was challenged by the Justice Departments U.S. Trustee Program for what it argued was a violation of the federal ban on marijuana.... To Read the Full Story Subscribe Sign In Most Popular Videos A Cascades Home Designed to Feel Like Summer Camp GDP Explained: How It's Calculated and What It Says About the Economy Where the Feud Between Trump and House Democrats Is Headed Armed Drones Are a Growing Threat From Rebels in Yemen Nancy Pelosi Says Attorney General Barr Lied to Congress Most Popular Articles Opinion: For Fear of William Barr Boeing Test Pilots Lacked Key Details of 737 MAX Flight-Control System Unraveling Mark Zuckerbergs Secret Deal for a $59 Million Tahoe Compound Shark Attacks Have Cape Cod On Edge Opinion: Pelosis Pre-Emptive Smear Popular on WSJ Most Popular Videos A Cascades Home Designed to Feel Like Summer Camp GDP Explained: How It's Calculated and What It Says About the Economy Where the Feud Between Trump and House Democrats Is Headed Armed Drones Are a Growing Threat From Rebels in Yemen Nancy Pelosi Says Attorney General Barr Lied to Congress Most Popular Articles Opinion: For Fear of William Barr Boeing Test Pilots Lacked Key Details of 737



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