The San Diego City Council has voted to repeal rules that required the city’s roughly 160 medical marijuana dispensaries to shut down and apply for operating permits. The San Diego Union-Tribune says the council on Monday voted 6-2 to rescind the rules adopted four months ago rather than pay as much as an estimated $1 million on a public vote on the issue.
A coalition of medical marijuana advocates forced the issue when they announced they’d collected enough signatures from registered voters to place a repeal on a future ballot. The decision leaves the city with no comprehensive policies regarding where or how a collective can operate legally.
via : Mercury News
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