ISLETON, Calif. (AP) — A warning from federal officials has forced a would-be medical marijuana grower to scrap plans for a pot farm that officials in a small Northern California town saw as a possible major revenue source.

   The Sacramento Bee reports that Michael Brubeck, head of Delta Allied Growers, received a letter from U.S. Attorney Benjamin Wagner warning that the farm in Isleton would violate federal law.

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   Brubeck’s attorney, William Portnova, told the Bee on Wednesday that the letter led his client to kill the project.

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   Isleton — a rural town about 40 miles south of Sacramento — approved a deal last year with Delta that would guarantee the city at least $25,000 per month in exchange for a license to run the farm.

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   A Sacramento County grand jury continues to issue subpoenas as it investigates the circumstances surrounding the town’s approval of the project.