Kent to consider full ban of medical marijuana businesseson May 11, 2012 @ 6:07 am (Updated: 7:39 am - 5/11/12 )
Washington state law allows collective gardens where medical marijuana patients can pool their resources to grow up to 45 plants.
Kent has passed two six-month moratoriums on the issue in the last year.
The latest moratorium runs out in July. The Kent Reporter says the mayor believes it's time to make a final decision.
There are two collective gardens operating in the city right now.
The city will hold a public meeting on this issue on Monday. If Kent decides to ban medical marijuana businesses, it would be only the second Washington city to adopt an outright ban.
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