Pierce County Reconsidering Its Ban On Retail Marijuana Businesses

Pierce County’s reconsider the ban on retail marijuana businesses that hasn't been able to stop shops from operating.

WASHINGTON:  Pierce County’s ban on retail marijuana businesses didn’t stop a state-regulated cannabis shop from opening in Parkland three months ago. It also hasn’t slowed the sales of cannabis through so-called “green cross” medical marijuana outlets.

Both of those developments are telling some Pierce County Council members that the ban the council adopted 18 months ago isn’t working.

Three of the council’s seven members have endorsed a measure to repeal the ban on marijuana production, processing and sales.

They say it may be steering business to gray-market shops instead of the tightly regulated stores Washington voters endorsed when they voted to legalize marijuana three years ago.

 

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