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Following a pot-luck dinner, six Picture Rocks teenagers created a Youth Forum during the Aug.19 Citizens for Picture Rocks (C4PR) meeting.
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Campers are working on organizing and cataloging thousands of pottery specimens during the week-long camp.
Nearly one year after the shooting that left six dead and 13 injured, including Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, community members have continued taking progressive steps to unify Tucson and the nation.
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We don’t want pot shops on every corner
In anticipation that voters approve a state ballot initiative Tuesday, the Oro Valley Town Council on Wednesday, Oct. 27 approved a set of zoning rules that would govern where medical marijuana dispensaries could locate.
The Oro Valley Town Council on Wednesday, Oct. 27, adopted rules to establish where medical marijuana dispensaries would be permitted in the event a statewide ballot proposition passes.
Marana has further tightened its medical marijuana ordinance, adopting language that would prohibit medical marijuana dispensaries or marijuana growing facilities within 1,000 feet of a business "devoted to family recreation or entertainment."
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Pima County has enacted new zoning regulations in anticipation that voters approve a medical marijuana initiative on the ballot in November.
The article on "medical pot" in the Sept. 22 Explorer failed to inform its readers of several key provisions of Prop 203.
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If voters approve Proposition 203 in November, Marana should limit the number of medical marijuana dispensaries within its borders to two, the Marana Planning Commission is recommending to the town council.
In November, Arizona voters are being asked — once more — to allow the production, distribution and consumption of medically prescribed marijuana.
Marana does not want to encourage medical marijuana distribution and cultivation within its town limits, and the town council has directed Attorney Frank Cassidy to move forward with restrictive zoning regulations ahead of the Nov. 2 vote on the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act.