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Bellingham lifts pot moratorium

BELLINGHAM, Wash. (AP) — The Bellingham City Council vote Monday to allow recreational marijuana businesses in industrial areas and stores in commercial zones.

The Bellingham Herald reports the ordinance lifts a moratorium.

It allows pot entrepreneurs to apply for licenses next month when the state Liquor Control Board starts taking applications.

Information from: The Bellingham Herald,


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