It’s illegal for a landlord in any of the 29 states that have legalized medical marijuana to deny a tenant the right to use pot on their properties. However, landlords generally do have the right to regulate how the marijuana can be consumed.
It’s illegal for a landlord in any of the 29 states that have legalized medical marijuana to deny a tenant the right to use pot on their properties. However, landlords generally do have the right to regulate how the marijuana can be consumed. Staff The Bellingham Herald file
It’s illegal for a landlord in any of the 29 states that have legalized medical marijuana to deny a tenant the right to use pot on their properties. However, landlords generally do have the right to regulate how the marijuana can be consumed. Staff The Bellingham Herald file

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