Ashland, Oregon.-- The City Council had their hands tied at Tuesday night's meeting. Two controversial issues were on the table; medical marijuana dispensaries and guns.
They voted 5-1 to drop a ban on open carry loaded guns in public places for people without a concealed weapons license.
Councilwoman Carol Voison was the sole supporter for the ban and said the council decided it had been already discussed enough and that it's not a big enough priority.
The city council passed an ordinance to change the zoning for medical marijuana dispensaries. Voisin said they will be allowed on Boulevards with a conditional use permit.
A second ordinance was passed that will most likely end the current temporary limited ban on medical marijuana dispensaries and will be discussed further at a meeting in July.
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