Medical marijuana shops to close before spring special election
By Ben Wiebesiek
Wednesday, December 5, 2012 at 2:00 am (Updated: December 5, 2:01 am)
DACONO — Last month, Dacono voters approved the use of marijuana for recreational purposes, which mirrored results across Carbon Valley and at the county and state level.
This development prompted councilman Steve Bruno to ask if the city’s ban on medical marijuana dispensaries was the will of council’s constituents.
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