WSLCB Holds Workshop in Seattle for Marijuana Business Applicants

There are only 334 retail licenses, but an unlimited number of grower, grower/processor, and processor licenses available until the quota is met.

WASHINGTON: Room B was the second overflow room at the WA State Convention Center. It was not nearly as packed — or as lively — as Room A. One of the workshop presenters remarked that it was too bad these seats weren’t full, as many eager marijuana business license applicants were turned away at today’s Washington Read the full article…

Marijuana Rules Get OK From Washington State Liquor Board

“It’s going to be a bumpy road for a while, folks,” said Sharon Foster, chairwoman of the Washington State Liquor Control Board.

WASHINGTON: Potential growers, processors and vendors of marijuana will be able to apply for state licenses in one month. On Wednesday, the agency in charge of setting up Washington’s recreational marijuana system approved rules businesses will have to follow to get the industry off the ground.

Olympia, WA Council Reconsiders Rules For Marijuana Shops

Olympia is considering modifying its moratorium in response to the state, which recently wrote rules to regulate recreational pot shops in response to an initiative voters approved last year to legalize it.

WASHINGTON: The Olympia City Council may drop recreational marijuana shops from its one-year moratorium on new pot establishments.

Pueblo County, Colorado Approves Recreational Marijuana Sales

Pueblo County is one of only seven Colorado counties that permitted retail sales, making it a likely southern pot mecca of sorts for those who live in pot-dry areas such as Colorado Springs and El Paso County.

COLORADO: Pueblo County commissioners finalized rules Wednesday night for recreational pot sales beginning next year, limiting the number of dispensaries to 10 and setting zoning rules and licensing fees.