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In Clark County, fireworks fight fizzles – for now

After reversal of ordinance limiting pyrotechnics in unincorporated Clark County, current rules to remain in effect

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The TNT Fireworks Warehouse tent sits under sunshine on Thursday.
The TNT Fireworks Warehouse tent sits under sunshine on Thursday. (Taylor Balkom for The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Fireworks laws in unincorporated Clark County will likely remain unchanged for at least the next couple of years, following political and electoral jostling over the past several months.

After an ordinance passed by the Clark County Council in December to limit the types of legal fireworks in the county, a petition effort set out to overturn the ordinance.

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Columbian county government and small cities reporter