Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine filed suit Tuesday against the city of Toledo over its new marijuana decriminalization law, which DeWine says are in conflict with state law. Image: Associated Press via Cleveland.com

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COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is suing the city of Toledo over a new voter-approved city ordinance that reduces penalties for marijuana possession and other drug crimes.
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DeWine asked the Lucas County Court of Common Pleas to invalidate several portions of Toledo's "Sensible Marihuana Ordinance" approved by voters last month because they contradict Ohio law.
 
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