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San Diego County Extends Moratorium on Medical Dispensaries Until March 2017

A moratorium on new medical marijuana dispensaries in unincorporated areas of San Diego County was extended until March of next year by a unanimous vote of the Board of Supervisors on Wednesday.

The 5-0 vote gives the county more time to modify existing regulations of medical marijuana businesses, but not ban them altogether. The moratorium was initially adopted last month.

A potential statewide ballot measure to legalize recreational use of marijuana may go before voters in November. Passage of such a measure would make enforcement of dispensaries more complex, according to county staff. [Read more at Patch.com]

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