Nashville Sticks With Marijuana Law Despite AG’s Opinion

Nashville sticks with marijuana law despite AG's opinion

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Nashville will continue to allow police officers in Davidson County to give civil citations for the possession of small amounts of marijuana despite a new opinion from Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery that contends the local ordinance preempts state law.

In a statement Monday, Metro Law Director Jon Cooper reaffirmed his position from last week when he told The Tennessean via email that the Metro Council acted within its authority.

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