A standing room-only crowd showed up Tuesday as the Hanford City Council weighed whether to take a stand against a statewide ballot measure to legalize recreational marijuana use as it also looked into an industrial-scale marijuana growing operation.
A standing room-only crowd showed up Tuesday as the Hanford City Council weighed whether to take a stand against a statewide ballot measure to legalize recreational marijuana use as it also looked into an industrial-scale marijuana growing operation. RORY APPLETON rappleton@fresnobee.com
A standing room-only crowd showed up Tuesday as the Hanford City Council weighed whether to take a stand against a statewide ballot measure to legalize recreational marijuana use as it also looked into an industrial-scale marijuana growing operation. RORY APPLETON rappleton@fresnobee.com

Hanford council says no to recreational marijuana, but cautiously eyes industrial pot farm

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