INQUIRING REPORTER: Should unlicensed pot shops in North Van be closed?

Your local marijuana dispensary may have to close up shop due to a council vote during Monday’s meeting. City of North Vancouver councillors voted 4-1 to begin shutting down unlicensed pot shops around the city. This raises the question of whether or not it’s worth it to shut down unauthorized shops with marijuana legalization expected to arrive this summer. Even with this in mind, some residents still strongly believe these pot shops shouldn’t be running until marijuana is legal. What do you think?               

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