Union Gap still undecided on allowing marijuana businesses

Union Gap still undecided on allowing marijuana businesses »Play Video
FILE - This April 21, 2011 file photo shows marijuana growing in the home of two medical marijuana patients in Medford, Ore. The city of Medford says it will not give business licenses to medical marijuana dispensaries within city limits, despite a new state law authorizing them that is set to go into effect in March 2014. A city ordinance prohibits business licenses for businesses that violate federal law. (AP Photo/Jeff Barnard, File)
UNION GAP, Wash. -- Union Gap still hasn't made up its mind on allowing pot businesses within city limits.

The city voted for a six-month moratorium. But, Union Gap's City Council never held a public hearing within 60 days to keep it in effect.

Now, the council plans to vote on a second moratorium on Monday. Council Member Mark Carney says the hearing was overlooked because Union Gap was without a city clerk during its reorganization.