EDITORIAL: As sides line up on marijuana, let civility rule day

Ontario appears headed for another divisive political season. Forces that want marijuana to be sold for personal recreation have won a spot on the November ballot. And local citizens adamantly opposed to open sale are ramping up to see that doesn’t happen.

The target is the ban on sales imposed by the Ontario City Council in 2015. The council fenced off the community from retail sales, carving out an exception to . . .

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