Pierce County attorneys agree to settle lawsuit filed by marijuana businessmen alleging discrimination against their store on state Route 7 in Spanaway. The move could open the door for other marijuana businesses to locate on commercial stretches of Mountain Highway in East Pierce County.
A lawsuit against Pierce County alleges the County Council violated the rights of two recreational marijuana businessmen looking to open a retail shop near Elk Plain. Filed by Tedd Wetherbee and business partner Michael Heneryin Pierce County Superior Court, the suit targets action the council took Dec.
by: Joanna Small Updated: PIERCE COUNTY, Wash. - Pierce County's first pot shop "The Gallery" welcomed customers Sunday -- technically, illegally. The county has a ban on marijuana retailers. Just before noon, workers put the final products on shelves they've essentially been waiting years to stock, since before marijuana was ever legalized in Washington State.
A Colorado coffee company said it soon plans to introduce a line of cannabis-infused coffee. Jammin Java Corp., the Denver company that was started by the son of reggae singer and marijuana enthusiast Bob Marley, said it will introduce cannabis coffee for the Colorado market, including THC and CBD based coffees.
Is a ban on marijuana businesses along a stretch of Mountain Highway evidence of impermissible bias among members of the Pierce County Council? Pierce County Superior Court Judge Katherine M. Stolz raised the question Tuesday before granting a temporary injunction to the owners of a marijuana retail store affected by the ban.
Tiffany and I decided to see the Seattle-Tacoma area at its best, so September takes us to the Evergreen State. Most of the tourists are gone and the weather is perfect. Who are the ding-a-lings claim it is always gray and rainy here? An added bonus: Weed is fully legal here in Washington!
Customers lined up outside a newly minted retail pot store in Pierce County, Washington, Sunday afternoon to get their hands on some legal weed, despite the shop having opened in a county that outlawed such marijuana retailers last year.
(Adds county ordering the shop to close, 12 paragraph) By Eric M. Johnson PARKLAND, Wash., March 5 (Reuters) - Sealed bags of marijuana dangle behind a counter, curved glass pipes glimmer on shelves, and a steady trickle of middle-aged customers gleefully buys cannabis strains nicknamed Charlie Sheen and Godzilla.
Recreational marijuana business owners hoping to open legally in the unincorporated areas of Pierce County remain in limbo after the County Council gave mixed signals on recreational marijuana last month. The council narrowly voted to make it legal for state licensed recreational marijuana businesses to operate in the unincorporated parts of the county beginning July 1.
County Hearing Examiner Keith Black has denied a conditional use permit to The Gallery, the first state-licensed recreational marijuana retail store to open in Pierce County. Black cited the Pierce County Council's delay in lifting its de-facto ban on recreational marijuana businesses as the reason for his denial.