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The Weed Blog | March 2, 2015
 Some Recreational Marijuana Stores In Washington Are Struggling


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Johnny Green
Being a part of the legal marijuana industry is not always profitable. Thats something I have been saying since Washington and Colorado legalized marijuana, and the rush to cash in on the next great American industry started. I was saying it when the growth of the medical marijuana industry started in Western States. A lot of people think that if you open a store or start a garden or invent a marijuana-related product, you will be rich overnight, automatically. That is far from the truth. The marijuana industry has no guarantees. We are seeing that play out right now in Wa....
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The Associated Press | March 1, 2015 | Parkland, Wash.
 Parkland marijuana store opens despite Pierce County ban
A state-licensed recreational marijuana store is open in Parkland despite an official ban on the businesses in greater Pierce County. The Gallery made its first sales Sunday afternoon, after receiving a license from the state Liquor Control Board, KIRO-TV reported http://is.gd/UyzTCY . The store heralds itself as a pot shop and art gallery. Co-owner Mike Henery says hes aware of the countys ban, but the county has tolerated many legally dubious medical marijuana establishments, so he thought it was worth the risk to go ahead and open. Our hope is that we will receive n....
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The Seattle Times | February 28, 2015
 Day-tripping pot-tour startups see wine-industry future
Kush tour leader Chase Nobles shows members of the tour the step-up platform to see up and over the tall pot plants at Sky High Gardens in their main grow
Kush tour leader Chase Nobles shows members of the tour the step-up platform to see up and over the tall pot plants at Sky High Gardens in their main grow
Evan Bush
Jill Lane, master grower at Sky High Gardens on Seattles Harbor Island, uncaps jar after jar of golf-ball-size marijuana buds and allows her guests sniffs of Bubblicious, Super Silver Goo and Green Crack. What kind of high is that? asks Louise Avery, gesturing to one of the jars. This is for daytime: taking a hike. Beach volleyball, explains Lane to the group of visitors with Kush Tourism, a Seattle-based cannabis company. Lane continues describing strains as if the visitors surrounding the table were middle-age women in a Yankee Candle store. Chocolate heaven, she tells....
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The Weed Blog | February 27, 2015
 Jury Selection, Opening Statements Made In Rare Federal Medical Marijuana Trial


Johnny Green
Trial began on Wednesday with jury selection and opening statements in a widely watched federal medical marijuana case against a family from eastern Washington State known as the Kettle Falls Five. Last week, amidst mounting pressure, the Department of Justice DOJ dismissed charges against defendant Larry Harvey, 71, who was recently diagnosed with Stage IV pancreatic cancer. Earlier this week, defendant and Harvey family friend Jason Zucker accepted a plea deal, whereby he agreed to cooperate with the prosecution by testifying against his co-defendants in exchange for a s....
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The Seattle Times | February 25, 2015
 Pot retailer plans to open in Pierce County despite ban
The gallery plans to open Friday despite Pierce Countys ban on marijuana stores
The gallery plans to open Friday despite Pierce Countys ban on marijuana stores
(image:Photo provided by Tedd Wetherbee)
Evan Bush
Despite a ban on pot businesses in Pierce County, Tedd Wetherbee said he plans to open a retail marijuana store called The gallery in Parkland on Friday. The store will be reminiscent of a SOHO gallery and feature a life-size cardboard cutout of President Bill Clinton and a 7 tall African bird sculpture, according to a press release from Wetherbee and business partner Michael Henery. Wetherbee believes the county wont target him for enforcement because it has allowed medical-marijuana businesses to conduct business in the county. We think more than likely we will get to ....
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The Oregonian | February 24, 2015
 Marijuana possession and cultivation now legal in Alaska; marijuana advocacy group launches public education campaign


Noelle Crombie
Alaska on Tuesday becomes the third state where marijuana possession and cultivation are legal. While Oregonians must wait until July 1 to legally possess the drug, the personal possession and home grow provisions of Alaska`s legal marijuana law go into effect Tuesday. Like Oregon, Alaska isn`t likely to have a regulated retail industry in place until late 2016. Alaska Dispatch staff writer Laurel Andrews breaks down the details in this informative Q&A about the new law: What`s legal on Feb. 24? For anyone aged 21 and older: It`s legal to possess, transport and display ....
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The Weed Blog | February 22, 2015
 Attend The Grow Better Cannabis Seminar In Seattle


Johnny Green
Do you grow cannabis, or do you plan on eventually growing cannabis? Growing cannabis is not easy, and requires a lifelong pursuit of learning. There is a cultivation seminar coming to Seattle next month that I urge people to attend if they are able you can register for the event at this link here. Below are details about the seminar, along with a video that provides more details about the event: Topics of discussion include: Experienced Grow Facility Design and Operating Procedures By Chris Macaluso; First Place at Secret Cup Veteran Use of Equipment, Mediums, Nutrients ....
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The Huffington Post | 02/20/2015
 Group Urges Holiday Inn Boycott Following Lawsuit To Shut Down Colorado Marijuana Industry
Matt Ferner
One of the nations largest marijuana policy reform groups is calling for a nationwide boycott of Holiday Inn after a hotel management company that owns a Holiday Inn in Colorado filed a federal lawsuit Thursday aiming to shut down the states legal and regulated marijuana program. Marijuana Policy Project urged a boycott of the hotel brand after New Vision Hotels Two, LLC filed a lawsuit claiming that they have already lost business at their Holiday Inn location in Frisco, Colorado, and fear that the brand could be damaged due to a nearby state-legal retail marijuana shop a....
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The Seattle Times | February 19, 2015
 Church dropping out of lawsuit against Uncle Ikes Pot Shop
Community members stand in front of Uncle Ikes Pot Shop, seen just a few feet from the Mount Calvary Christian Center at left, near 23rd Ave. and E Union St. in Seattle during a rally against Uncle Ikes on Oct. 5, 2014
Community members stand in front of Uncle Ikes Pot Shop, seen just a few feet from the Mount Calvary Christian Center at left, near 23rd Ave. and E Union St. in Seattle during a rally against Uncle Ikes on Oct. 5, 2014
(image:Lindsey Wasson / The Seattle Times)
Evan Bush
Uncle Ikes Pot Shop, Seattles second marijuana store, faces one less legal obstacle. Bowing out of a long legal fight, Mount Calvary Christian Center filed a motion Tuesday to withdraw from a lawsuit it filed. In the suit, the church claimed Uncle Ikes was allowed to open despite being about 250 feet from a teen recreation center, which it believed qualified as a prohibited venue for marijuana businesses under state law. It says the city and state did not perform due diligence in allowing Uncle Ikes to open. The church sought a temporary restraining order against Uncle I....
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