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My friend needs help. He is growing outdoors and wants to be completely compliant. Can townships, counties, cities and villages make their own twists on the state laws? He has all his plants completely enclosed with chicken wire type fence with translucent material on top with a locked opening. He is within his limits on # of plants. Does anyone have the right to override state laws, other than the feds? Thanks for any info!!

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To date the 35th Circuit Court in Shiawassee County has ruled a secured (fenced & locked dog kennel)outdoor grow compliant with the new law. The prosecutor has filed appeals on this case and we are awaiting those rulings. As far as LEO goes nobody is safe. Some have communicated with local law enforcement with positive results to date, but this doesn't guarantee other LEO such as state of the feds wwon't disagree. Some risk remains. If you are confident enough that your grow is relatively safe from rippers and disagreeable neighbors then I would think your risks with LEO are about even with that. With the exception of aerial surveillance. Remember the sun is free just need a little more patience but the reward of bigger yields will make you smile. Just hope your neighbors cull all their male plants.

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