Spin Control: State Board Answers Burning Questions About Advertising Marijuana

Less than two years ago having a place with pounds of marijuana where you were selling small batches could put you in prison for a long time. Now the state has guidelines to follow as you try to outsell your competitors.

WASHINGTON:  Every time I forget how far Washington’s venture into the world of legalized recreational marijuana takes us from the days when illegal pot was the stuff of counterculture song and legend, the state manages to remind me.

Like last week, when the state Liquor Control Board released a set of Frequently Asked Questions about advertising marijuana.

Think about that for a minute. Less than two years ago having a place with pounds of marijuana where you were selling small batches to anyone who happened in could put you in prison for a long time. Now the state has guidelines for Mad Men to follow as you try to outsell your competitors.

Cue Tommy Chong singing “No stems no seeds that you don’t need, Acapulco Gold is … badass weed.”

 

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