Broken Arrow passes regulations on medical marijuana
September 20, 2018
BROKEN ARROW, Okla. (AP) — An Oklahoma city has passed ordinances to regulate medical marijuana that have drawn criticism from backers of the measure to legalize medicinal use of the drug.
The Tulsa World reports the Broken Arrow City Council voted Tuesday night to levy a $2,500 annual permit fee on dispensaries and prohibit renters from growing their own marijuana without written permission from the property owner. Marijuana could also be grown only indoors in industrial areas.
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