The Yuma Sun has a story about Valerie Okun, a California medical marijuana patient who was stopped for possessing marijuana in Arizona and cited for violating Arizona’s drug law. Valerie’s case was dismissed, but Yuma County Sheriff Ralph Ogden refused to return her marijuana. Valerie sued the Sheriff to get the pot and an Arizona court commissioner ordered the Sheriff to return the weed. According to Howard Fischer, the reporter who wrote the story, the case has been appealed to the Arizona Court of Appeals. If so the case could be the first Arizona appellate court case to rule on whether federal law preempts Arizona’s medical marijuana laws.