Revised I-502 Rules Would Allow 10 Marijuana Retail Shops In Kitsap County

Jake Dimmock, co-owner of the Northwest Patient Resource Center medical marijuana dispensary, waters medical marijuana plants in a grow room, Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2012, in Seattle. Washington state is on the verge of becoming the first in the nation to let adults over 21 buy taxed, inspected marijuana at state-licensed shops. Supporters of Initiative 502 say allowing recreational pot sales could make drug laws a little more reasonable, prevent thousands of arrests a year, and bring Washington hundreds of millions of dollars to help pay for schools, health care and basic government services.

WASHINGTON: Under revised rules proposed by the Washington State Liquor Control Board, a maximum of 334 state-licensed retail outlets for recreational marijuana — including 10 in Kitsap County — would be allowed under implementation of Initiative 502. Other licensing restrictions would prevent large commercial interests from establishing monopoly control of the marijuana production, processing or retailing sectors.

Liquor Control Board Announces BioTrackTHC To Provide Traceability Software

Delaware selects BioTrackTHC

WASHINGTON:  The Washington State Liquor Control Board today announced that BioTrackTHC is the apparent successful proposer to provide traceability software to the agency. Apparent successful proposer is the official term until contract terms are finalized.

Washington State Liquor Control Board Files Rule Revision For Marijuana Shop Locations

Green Anne Dispensary in Queen Anne section of Seattle.

WASHINGTON:  The Washington State Liquor Control Board has announced that it will file an emergency rule revision on October 16th to make a change to the rules which specifies how far recreational marijuana shops must be from schools, child centers, and public parks.

Washington State Approves 334 Retail Pot Stores; 61 in King County

Farmer, Activist and Author Farmer Tom at MMJ Universe.

WASHINGTON: Revised state rules for a recreational marijuana system include the location of 334 retail pot stores, an overall cap on pot production and limits on concentrated ownership of pot stores, growing and processing facilities.

Washington State Approves 334 Retail Pot Stores; 61 in King County

Farmer, Activist and Author Farmer Tom at MMJ Universe.

WASHINGTON: Revised state rules for a recreational marijuana system include the location of 334 retail pot stores, an overall cap on pot production and limits on concentrated ownership of pot stores, growing and processing facilities.