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Medical Marijuana RV on the Move

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Many local cities have gotten a handle on brick and mortar medical marijuana dispensaries by enacting ordinances that limit where they can be, but the latest trend are delivery services, which is in legal limbo. Out in Riverside County's city of Norco, a couple with a mobile RV dispensary are facing some heat so they've picked up and moved to an unincorporated part of the county, says the LA Weekly. Problem is, Riverside County also has a ban on dispensaries,but because local bans are based on zoning laws, mobile delivery services face uncharted territory as no laws exist to regulate them, notes the Press-Enterprise.