No medical marijuana collective regulations passed by San Jose city council – 1590 KLIV Silicon Valley News

    Despite another afternoon of debate yesterday, the San Jose city council did not pass a new set of laws for the city’s medical marijuana industry.
    Councilmember Sam Liccardo’s motion failed via a 5 to 5 tie, as council member Pete Constant was not present to vote.    
    During the meeting, Liccardo said the city probably won’t be able to avoid a public vote on medical marijuana regulations.
    Rather than simply regulating the industry, council member Rose Herrera called for an outright ban on medical marijuana dispensaries and grow sites in the city.
    Herrera’s motion failed, and only got support from council members Xavier Campos and Kansen Chu.
    The full council will once again vote on medical marijuana regulations next Tuesday.

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People : Kansen Chu, Pete Constant, Rose Herrera, Sam Liccardo, Xavier Campos
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