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Johnson v. County of Mendocino, 152004

Affirmed the dismissal of a lawsuit challenging the validity of a Mendocino County ballot measure that imposed a tax on commercial cannabis businesses. A group of seven individuals brought this suit contending that Measure AI was not validly adopted because the California Constitution required this type of ballot measure to obtain approval of a supermajority of county voters, and the measure had received only a simple majority. Rejecting the plaintiffs' arguments, the First Appellate District affirmed dismissal of their suit.

Appellate Information

  • Argued
  • Submitted
  • Decided
  • Published 2018/08/08


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  • California Court of Appeal


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