Los Angeles County supervisors voted to extend a temporary ban on medical marijuana cultivation in unincorporated areas of the county by one month.
At the same time, however, supervisors this week postponed a proposed 10-month ban on medical marijuana growing in unincorporated areas, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The issue dates to February, when county supervisors voted for a temporary ban on growing medical marijuana. They also voted to study a permanent ban, citing concerns about environmental impacts and safety.
Supervisors then passed a 45-day ban in April which was scheduled to expire this week.
“If they do pass, we must regulate and not ban,” she said.
Marijuana dispensaries are already prohibited from opening in unincorporated areas.