BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - A judge said a Bakersfield ordinance banning marijuana dispensaries is allowed.
The group called Concerned Citizens on Bakersfield said the closing of dispensaries is bad for the environment.
Ordinance 4731 prohibits zoning of dispensaries in Bakersfield.
The lawsuit was filed by the Concerned Citizens of Bakersfield in July 2013.
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