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Michael Randolph | The Bay City Times Marijuana plants in an undisclosed grow room.
FLINT, MI — Flint voters will be able to decide in November whether or not marijuana will be decriminalized in the city after Emergency Financial Manager Ed Kurtz approved the ballot initiative on Monday.
Kurtz agreed to place the initiative on the Nov. 6 general election ballot that would exempt anyone 19 years or older with less than one ounce of marijuana on private property from city code prohibitions of cannabis.
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