Today, Washington's attorney general clarified that individual cities and counties in Washington can ban the sale of recreational pot, despite it being legal statewide. Lakewood, Wenatchee and several other cities have said they don't want pot sold in their jurisdiction. But, the ban may not last. Just this week, lawmakers introduced a bill that would amend Initiative 502 and block cities from banning pot sales. What do you think: should cities and counties be able to ban the sale of pot? Would you like to see your city ban pot stores from opening? Click here to leave your comments.
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