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    CBS12 Chico

    Chico City Council votes on marijuana laws

    Chico, Calif. --  The Chico City Council voted Tuesday night to streamline all of the city's marijuana laws into one ordinance.


    It allows for indoor pot grows, but bans all outdoor pot gardens.

    It appears local pot dispensaries or commercial manufacturing operations will have no place in Chico Now and in the future after Tuesday night's 4 to 3 vote.

    The Chico City Council approved a recommendation to streamline all marijuana related laws into one city ordinance.


    City Council member Randall Stone voted against the decision.


    Stone said allowing commercial dispensaries reduces fire risks in homes growing marijuana.

    "This city and council voted overwhelmingly to legalize recreational use of marijuana products. That tells me we're probably not doing a service for these constituents by overturning exactly what they've asked for," City Council Member Randall Stone.

    The vote bans smoking in public and bans all marijuana grows and dispensaries.


    It also pushes homeowners to get a permit if they want to grow marijuana inside their houses.

    In 2016, 57% voted in favor of Proposition 64, legalizing recreational marijuana for persons aged 21 years or older under state law.

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