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Auburn Hills Ordinance Illegal For Patients To Cultivate


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City's can't make "laws" contrary to state law.



An "ordinance" is a bill or law which might stand with the old law, and did not alter any statute in force at the time and can be amended at any time. The time limit on ordinances, depends on the duration of the Statute it supports however, ordinances can at any time be amended, based on the circumstances. Ordinances, although having the same weight as law, are not legally considered “the fundamental law.” This means that they are not at the same level, and have certain restrictions and limitations imposed on their implementation and duration that the fundamental law does not have.

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