Wes Hardin, CannaCanHelp operations manager, checks on the progress of a crop at the medical marijuana business in Goshen. Fresno leaders have put off a vote on pot growing in the city.
Wes Hardin, CannaCanHelp operations manager, checks on the progress of a crop at the medical marijuana business in Goshen. Fresno leaders have put off a vote on pot growing in the city. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file
Wes Hardin, CannaCanHelp operations manager, checks on the progress of a crop at the medical marijuana business in Goshen. Fresno leaders have put off a vote on pot growing in the city. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file

After two months of political wrangling, Fresno no closer to rules for growing pot

August 24, 2017 12:12 PM

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