A family shops for CBD oil edibles in the Grasshopper shop on Ocean Boulevard. 
Myrtle Beach city council plans to vote Tuesday on a new zoning district that would ban the sell of such products. “It’ll kill us. It’ll hurt. I’ve been here 31 years and it’ll definitely hurt a lot of business, especially if they take out the CBD,” said store owner Joe McDonald.
Aug, 13 2018.
A family shops for CBD oil edibles in the Grasshopper shop on Ocean Boulevard. Myrtle Beach city council plans to vote Tuesday on a new zoning district that would ban the sell of such products. “It’ll kill us. It’ll hurt. I’ve been here 31 years and it’ll definitely hurt a lot of business, especially if they take out the CBD,” said store owner Joe McDonald. Aug, 13 2018. Jason Lee jlee@thesunnews.com
A family shops for CBD oil edibles in the Grasshopper shop on Ocean Boulevard. Myrtle Beach city council plans to vote Tuesday on a new zoning district that would ban the sell of such products. “It’ll kill us. It’ll hurt. I’ve been here 31 years and it’ll definitely hurt a lot of business, especially if they take out the CBD,” said store owner Joe McDonald. Aug, 13 2018. Jason Lee jlee@thesunnews.com