At least not unless President Obama gets a leash onto the US Attorney for the Northern California District.  In a very cryptic statement, it doesn’t look like she intends to slow down in the least.

Part of the problem is the omissions on the part of California’s state government to set up a regulatory scheme.  Still, there is no excuse for cracking down in Mendocino where the county had enacted a scheme that could actually have brought some control to the situation.  The “enforcement” seems borderline obsessive, and will actually generate the opposite of the intended results.