IRS Power Is Challenged in Marijuana Dispensary's Supreme Court Petition
"The IRS claims it is necessary and within its power to make administrative determinations that a person is criminally culpable under federal drug laws. Such a claim of power by the IRS is unprecedented," Green Solution's lawyers wrote in the U.S. Supreme Court petition.
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