Out Of Pot: With No Supply, Tacoma’s First Marijuana Retailer Closes Temporarily

Tacoma's first marijuana retailer is forced to temporarily close its doors due to shortage of product.

WASHINGTON:  The sign posted in front of Tacoma marijuana retailer Rainier on Pine told much of the story. “Sorry We Are Closed! Sold Out!! We will open again soon when more product becomes available.” The rest of the story resembles the tale told by Seattle’s first pot retailer, Cannabis City, which opened in early July Read the full article…

Marijuana Shortage Seen Ahead Of Washington State retail pot rollout

The industry keeps on growing

WASHINGTON:  His glass pipes are on display and final regulatory hurdles nearly cleared, but the biggest concern for Cannabis City owner James Lathrop as he opens his Seattle pot shop this week is the possibility of running out of mind-altering bud in a matter of hours. “What do you do when your shelves are empty? Read the full article…

Colorado Pot Businesses: We’re Going to Run Out of Weed

Those working to comply with regulations and open for recreational sales in 2014 say demand is going to quickly outstrip supply.

COLORADO: On New Year’s Day, some Colorado marijuana dispensaries are set to become the first in the nation to legally sell weed for recreational use. But it hasn’t been a ride on Easy Street. In addition to trying to clear the hoop maze of local and state licensing issues in time for Jan. 1, local potpreneurs Read the full article…

Will Colorado Have Enough Pot Stores To Meet Demand?

Growth technician Mike Lottman moves through the marijuana plants in a medical marijuana center in Denver.

COLORADO:  Call it Black Wednesday. Recreational marijuana goes on sale legally in Colorado on Jan. 1, and Denver officials are worried that the city’s retail shops won’t be anywhere close to meeting demand. At a city-council meeting Monday, lawmakers in Colorado’s largest city raised questions about licensing delays and the prospect of people queuing up for hours in what Read the full article…

Will Colorado Have Enough Pot Stores To Meet Demand?

Growth technician Mike Lottman moves through the marijuana plants in a medical marijuana center in Denver.

COLORADO:  Call it Black Wednesday. Recreational marijuana goes on sale legally in Colorado on Jan. 1, and Denver officials are worried that the city’s retail shops won’t be anywhere close to meeting demand. At a city-council meeting Monday, lawmakers in Colorado’s largest city raised questions about licensing delays and the prospect of people queuing up for hours in what Read the full article…