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Ketchikan City Council to revisit pot law


KETCHIKAN, Alaska (AP) – Ketchikan officials are set to take another look at regulations surrounding the retail sale of marijuana.

The City Council will meet Monday to reconsider the council’s Dec. 3 vote to prohibit the retail sale of marijuana in city limits, The Ketchikan Daily News reported.

The vote meant that City Attorney Mitch Seaver would have to draft an ordinance that would have allowed Ketchikan to opt out of the retail component allowed by Ballot Measure 2, which legalized the personal use and retail sale of marijuana.

Councilwoman Julie Isom was the one who had called for...

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