Washington State To Begin Accepting Applications In November From Marijuana Retailers

The recommendations would tie medical marijuana, a largely unregulated market approved by voters in 1998, to the state’s licensed recreational marijuana system, approved last year. Rules adopted last week for licensing recreational marijuana growers and processors would apply to medical marijuana. Only licensed recreational marijuana stores with a state endorsement could accept medical marijuana authorizations and legally sell to those patients.

WASHINGTON: Washington state regulators today finalized rules to govern the state’s nascent marijuana retail market. Beginning on November 18, regulators will begin formally accepting applications from those seeking state licenses to commercially produce, process, and sell cannabis to those age 21 and over. A press release regarding the state’s forthcoming rules and the application process is Read the full article…

It’s Official: Liquor Control Board Adopts Washington’s Marijuana Rules

The state will license a total of 334 retail stores, allocated by population and accessibility.

WASHINGTON: They’ve been months in the making with one serious delay … but the rules governing the legal marijuana market in Washington have been adopted into law – let the applications being rolling in on Nov. 18. Today the Washington State Liquor Control Board announced that it has adopted the rules. The law will sit for 30 Read the full article…

It’s Official: Liquor Control Board Adopts Washington’s Marijuana Rules

The state will license a total of 334 retail stores, allocated by population and accessibility.

WASHINGTON: They’ve been months in the making with one serious delay … but the rules governing the legal marijuana market in Washington have been adopted into law – let the applications being rolling in on Nov. 18. Today the Washington State Liquor Control Board announced that it has adopted the rules. The law will sit for 30 Read the full article…

Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes Warns: Not Enough Retail Pot Shops

Twenty-one retail marijuana outlets likely won’t be enough to meet Seattle’s demand for now-legal, taxed, and regulated recreational marijuana,  Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes says in a letter to the Washington State Liquor Control Board.

WASHINGTON: Twenty-one retail marijuana outlets likely won’t be enough to meet Seattle’s demand for now-legal, taxed, and regulated recreational marijuana,  Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes says in a letter to the Washington State Liquor Control Board.

Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes Warns: Not Enough Retail Pot Shops

Twenty-one retail marijuana outlets likely won’t be enough to meet Seattle’s demand for now-legal, taxed, and regulated recreational marijuana,  Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes says in a letter to the Washington State Liquor Control Board.

WASHINGTON: Twenty-one retail marijuana outlets likely won’t be enough to meet Seattle’s demand for now-legal, taxed, and regulated recreational marijuana,  Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes says in a letter to the Washington State Liquor Control Board.