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Columbia Takes Broad, First Look At Legalized Cannabis Use

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During Monday’s Columbia City Council meeting, City Administrator Doug Brimm discusses the alternatives the aldermen should weigh when and if they pass ordinances regulating the future sales of the soon-to-be-legal cannabis.
During Monday’s Columbia City Council meeting, City Administrator Doug Brimm discusses the alternatives the aldermen should weigh when and if they pass ordinances regulating the future sales of the soon-to-be-legal cannabis.

by Joe Leicht Beginning New Year’s Day, residents will have the right to use cannabis recreationally across the state. The Columbia City Council welcomed public comment during their Sept. 30 meeting. City's leaders sifted facts and opinions as they took the initial step toward their decision on how to best approach the new state law. …

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