Two More Recreational Marijuana Shops to Open This Month in Seattle Area
It took some time for the legal marijuana retail shops to roll out. But once things get rolling, it just seems to keep going. Let’s hope this becomes a trend.
October saw the opening of two, Ocean Greens and Praxa, and now we can expect at least two more retail shops this month. We got rain in the forecast: Rain City Cannabis, located off of Rainier Avenue South, is already teasing us with what to expect when they open their doors:
— Rain City Cannabis (@raincityempire) November 6, 2014
Dockside Cannabis will be opening a recreational pot shop at the very Northern border of Seattle, in Shoreline. Keep your eyes peeled for these shops to open and we will keep you up to date with any other openings.
The Wild West is Still Wild
The East Coast has been around much longer than the Western states, but it’s these states that are getting it done. While Florida failed to pass medical marijuana legislation this week, and Washington D.C. became the first entity on the East coast to pass a semi-recreational marijuana bill, Oregon and Alaska boldly and with a statement, joined Colorado and Washington State. True to it’s roots, the Wild West carries a certain swagger, “taking the laws into their own hands.” And according to this article, Arizona, California, and Nevada may be up next.
Thanks to Hillary Bricken and Alicia Holcomb
With the help from these two and their suggestions, we expanded our list of recreational marijuana laws/regulations that need to change now. Feel free to comment on this article and add any thoughts or suggestions you may have.