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Intervenors added to city lawsuit

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Two defendant intervenors joined in State Attorney General Ken Paxton’s lawsuit against the city of Elgin last week, targeting an ordinance dealing with low-level marijuana possession laws. Richard Gladden will be representing organization Chairperson Courtenay Paris and Decriminalize Elgin in the proceedings May 29 in the 21st District Court in Bastrop. The intervenors presented that the state does not have jurisdiction to render an advisory opinion on the legality of the decree in question, according to court pleadings obtained by the Courier.The legal documents state the “ordinance never has been, and likely never will be, applied by defendant city of ...

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