Washington 'pot shops' hit by shortage on first day of sales

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Washington 'pot shops' hit by shortage on first day of sales

Post by phuketrichard » Wed Jul 09, 2014 5:38 pm

This is just plan sad
WASHINGTON: -- Legal marijuana sales in the western US state of Washington have begun amid a shortage of the drug in the state.

State officials told licensed pot shops they could open at 8:00 local time but only a few are expected to have marijuana to sell on Tuesday.

The shortage comes as fewer than 100 people of more than 2,600 who applied for a growing licence were approved.

Washington and Colorado voters legalised the possession and sale of the drug in November 2012.

Colorado's marijuana stores opened for business on 1 January.

An Associated Press survey of 25 licensed Washington cannabis dealers found only six were expected to open on Tuesday, including one in the largest city of Seattle.
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-28214706

supply an demand
thank god the dispensaries i visit in Marin Ca never run out!! :plus1:

I give the other states 2 years till they all go legal, they just cant afford not to once the gates have been opened!!!
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Re: Washington 'pot shops' hit by shortage on first day of s

Post by Bong Sravung » Sun Jul 13, 2014 4:13 pm

Theyre just chargin too much in the shops. pwople are goin to the streets with their busniess
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