ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- The Ann Arbor City Council has given the OK to an ordinance that calls for increased regulation of the cultivation and distribution of medical marijuana in the city.
The Michigan Daily reports that City Council voted unanimously Monday night in favor of the measure following months of deliberation.
Following the vote, council members discussed further possible amendments to the ordinance including clarifying licensing limits for dispensaries and cultivation facilities.
Michigan voters agreed in 2008 to legalize marijuana for the treatment of some health problems. Other communities have passed local rules.
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