By Dave Simpson (September 10, 2021, 10:32 PM EDT) — A federal judge blocked two ordinances from a Northern California county that require strict permits for the transport of water, ruling that while they may have been enacted to squash illegal cannabis farms, they cause irreparable harm to a group of Hmong farmers and residents who challenged the rules.
U.S. District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller granted a preliminary injunction earlier this month as to two of the three Siskiyou County ordinances challenged by the residents of a subdivision called Shasta Vista. She found that while the residents haven’t yet shown they’re likely to prevail on claims of discriminatory intent, they have…
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