The Troy City Council voted Monday, for the second time, to reject proposed medical marijuana regulations for the city.
Council voted 4-3 to turn down a proposed ordinance that would have allowed up to three medical marijuana dispensaries to operate in the B-4 highway business zoning district near Interstate 75.
The ordinance also would have banned the cultivating and processing of medical marijuana citywide.
The council in the fall rejected an amended proposal that would have banned the cultivating, processing and dispensing of medical marijuana citywide.
A moratorium on licenses for any medical marijuana operation was imposed by council while it reviews regulation options.
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