TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — Pima County is exploring proposed zoning changes which would allow more cannabis dispensaries in Tucson.
At the moment, business owners must have a medical license when opening up.
A new proposal would remove the medical requirement, allowing a dispensary to exist as solely recreational.
It would amend the current Marijuana Code to:
Ordinance changes would also require the separation of growing areas from dispensary locations.
Additional changes require a certain distance from existing dispensaries and schools when opening a new establishment.
In the near future, officials may ask locals for input on the proposed amendments.
For a full breakdown for new changes, please visit the Pima County's website.
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