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  • Benton City Council delays vote on marijuana businesses

    Benton City resident Bob Crandall discusses why he is not in support of marijuana businesses before the Benton City Council meeting Tuesday. A crowd overflowed the Benton City Community Center for the meeting with some standing outside and listening through garage doors as the council delayed a vote on an ordinance approving marijuana businesses.

Benton City resident Bob Crandall discusses why he is not in support of marijuana businesses before the Benton City Council meeting Tuesday. A crowd overflowed the Benton City Community Center for the meeting with some standing outside and listening through garage doors as the council delayed a vote on an ordinance approving marijuana businesses. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
Benton City resident Bob Crandall discusses why he is not in support of marijuana businesses before the Benton City Council meeting Tuesday. A crowd overflowed the Benton City Community Center for the meeting with some standing outside and listening through garage doors as the council delayed a vote on an ordinance approving marijuana businesses. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

Benton City shelves marijuana plan for the time being (w/video)

April 19, 2016 11:03 PM