The Oroville City Council has now decided against allowing voters to decide the fate of pot sales in the city.
The question of whether marijuana sales should be allowed within city limits will not be on the November ballot.
It was voted down five to two.
Mayor Linda Dahlmeier and council member Scott Thomson were the only "yes" votes.
It's now up to the council to decide on the future of marijuana sales in the city.
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