SARAH SOLE, ThisWeekNews.com
New Albany City Council on Nov. 28 voted 6-0 to become the latest central Ohio city to ban medical-marijuana businesses.
Mayor Sloan Spalding, President Pro Tempore Colleen Briscoe and Marlene Brisk, Mike Durik, Chip Fellows and Matt Shull voted in favor of the ordinance. Glyde Marsh was absent.
As a result of the ordinance, marijuana cultivation, processing and retail dispensing are prohibited in New Albany.
City attorney Mitch Banchefsky previously said the primary reason for the ban is that marijuana is illegal under federal law.
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