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First Recreational Marijuana Retail Outlet In Washington To Open July 1st

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washington marijuana retail legal recreational stores rulesCourtesy of The Joint Blog

Washington State’s first-ever legal recreational cannabis outlet will open on July 1st in Spokane.

Sean Green, owner of Kouchlock Productions (a company which currently operates a medical cannabis dispensary in Shoreline and Spokane), was the first person to receive a license to produce and process recreational cannabis, which he began in March. An individual named Scott O’Neil will team with Green, and will operate as the owner of the new outlet which will fall under the banner of Kouchlock Productions and will open on July 1st; it will be located at Francis and Napa.

“It’s history in the making”, says O’Neil, who’s been contacting every licensed cannabis producer in the state – there are currently 35 – in order to help his company meet the demand of what will surely be an overwhelming opening, as people line up to be one of the first in the state to purchase recreational cannabis legally.

The price of the cannabis has yet to be determined. Numerous other cannabis retail outlets are expected to open throughout the state in the following weeks.

Source: TheJointBlog.Com

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  • firetheliberals

    Watch the following news as this rolls out as spokane is a border town with idaho.
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