Washington State Starts Processing Pot Applications

WASHINGTON: State investigators are looking into who wants to grow, process or sell pot.

Applicants have until December 19 to apply for a recreational marijuana license under Initiative 502.

Since Monday, the state had received 720 applications online. But only 585 were properly completed, according to a Department of Revenue spokesperson.

The state’s 14 new marijuana license investigators first have to determine if the applicant’s business location is more than 1000 feet from schools, parks or other locations where minors may gather.

The investigators use mapping software to determine if the potential locations are going to work.

Washington State Starts Processing Pot Applications

WASHINGTON: State investigators are looking into who wants to grow, process or sell pot.

Applicants have until December 19 to apply for a recreational marijuana license under Initiative 502.

Since Monday, the state had received 720 applications online. But only 585 were properly completed, according to a Department of Revenue spokesperson.

The state’s 14 new marijuana license investigators first have to determine if the applicant’s business location is more than 1000 feet from schools, parks or other locations where minors may gather.

The investigators use mapping software to determine if the potential locations are going to work.