City Council extends marijuana moratorium in Redmond

Feb 6, 2014 Full story: Redmond Reporter

At Tuesday's regular meeting, Redmond City Council voted 7-0 to extend the city's current moratorium on all marijuana regulations for another six months.

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Mark Nordsletten

Seattle, WA

#1 Feb 6, 2014
It is absolutely disgusting behavior, on the part of the council, when they pass and continue to support a moratorium on marijuana in their city.
Corey Hanson

Salem, OR

#2 Jun 12, 2014
I'm glad the counsel is protecting Redmond from substantial tax revenue and jobs, they're truly doing their part to protect the black market and create erroneous criminals.

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