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The Huffington Post | 11/20/2014 | OLYMPIA, Wash.
 Legal Pot In Washington Bringing In Even More Tax Revenue Than Predicted
Rachel La Corte
Washington`s legal recreational marijuana market is bringing in more tax revenue to the state than originally predicted, state officials said Wednesday.The most recent revenue forecast released by the Economic and Revenue Forecast Council shows that the industry is expected to bring in more than $694 million in state revenue through the middle of 2019. A previous forecast in September had that projection at about $636 million.The latest report shows that nearly $43 million f....
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| November 21, 2014
 3rd judge rules cities and counties can ban marijuana businesses
Evan Bush
A Benton County Superior Court judge ruled that local governments can ban recreational pot businesses, according to a news release from the state Attorney Generals Office.Its the third ruling that supports localities preventing pot businesses from operating, and it hews closely to the informal opinion presented by state Attorney General Bob Ferguson earlier this year.Three judges in three different parts of the state all ruled from the bench. None of them said we need more ti....
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seattle times | 11/21/14
 State Sen. Kohl-Welles outlines bill to transform marijuana regulation
Evan Bush
State Sen. Jeanne Kohl-Welles plans to propose a bill that would regulate medical and recreational marijuana in a single system, allow home growing of six marijuana plants for all adults 21 and older and slash pot taxes.Kohl-Welles, D-Seattle, said she is vetting the bills outline with stakeholders and legislators, but planned to pre-file the bill next month ahead of the legislative session in January.We have a regulated recreational system, but not for medical marijuana, sai....
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| November 21, 2014
 3rd judge rules cities and counties can ban marijuana businesses
Evan Bush
A Benton County Superior Court judge ruled that local governments can ban recreational pot businesses, according to a news release from the state Attorney Generals Office.Its the third ruling that supports localities preventing pot businesses from operating, and it hews closely to the informal opinion presented by state Attorney General Bob Ferguson earlier this year.Three judges in three different parts of the state all ruled from the bench. None of them said we need more ti....
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| November 21, 2014
 3rd judge rules cities and counties can ban marijuana businesses
Evan Bush
A Benton County Superior Court judge ruled that local governments can ban recreational pot businesses, according to a news release from the state Attorney Generals Office.Its the third ruling that supports localities preventing pot businesses from operating, and it hews closely to the informal opinion presented by state Attorney General Bob Ferguson earlier this year.Three judges in three different parts of the state all ruled from the bench. None of them said we need more ti....
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Seattle mayors office | Nov. 12, 2014 | Seattle
 Mayor Murray announces symposium on medical marijuana, law enforcement
Jake Ellison
Regulation of medical marijuana businesses in Seattle and in jurisdictions across the state remains an unsettled question, generating increasing fears among patients and business owners about the potential for stepped-up federal law enforcement.The City of Seattle will hold a public symposium on Nov. 20 at City Hall for those concerned about access to safe medical marijuana and the location of marijuana-related businesses in the city.Mayor Ed Murray has been working with com....
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NPR | November 14, 2014
 Legal Marijuana Drives Booming Demand For Denvers Warehouses
Luke Runyon
Colorado law says the plant itself has to be grown indoors, but regulation and reluctant banks have made real estate hard to come by for pot entrepreneurs. The right property can go for millions.ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST:When a state legalizes marijuana, as Oregon and Alaska did this month, it can spark a real estate boom. Thats what happened in Colorado. State law there says the drug has to be grown indoors. But layers of regulation and tight zoning have made property hard to come....
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