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Cannabis Leaf Inc.
Seattle WA
15214
Cannabis Leaf Inc. is a premiere wholesale distributor of top quality, end use edible cannabis products.
In an emerging industry, we offer a wide variety of mouthwatering brands you can trust from local sellers. We have a simple philosophy wholesome, high quality edibles that...

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Two Heads Company
Raymond WA
3368


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Skagit Organics
Mount Vernon WA
15165
A small family business built on a foundation of integrity and quality
Skagit Organics


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Le Herbe
Seattle WA
3344
The essence of who we are is defined by our love for cannabisWe provide products that will help people live a better life and in turn make the world a better place.
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Pioneer Production & Processing
Arlington WA
3323
Pioneer Production and Processings craft brand of cannabis is grown in a state-of-the-art system utilizing technologies created over two centuries. We are an indoor craft agriculture company that supports the adult retail consumer industry for cannabis in Washington State. We m...
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TetraLabs - Seattle
Seattle WA
3202
TetraLabs has established an outstanding reputation for producing pharmaceutical-grade medical cannabis products containing the highest-purity cannabinoids available. No other company in the industry offers our levels of quality, dependability and repeatability. TetraLabs produce...
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Natural Organic Solutions
Olympia WA
3119


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DB3 - Zoots
Seattle
2950
Check out our infused products at www.zootology.com
When voters in Washington State issued their directive to legalize cannabis and its related byproducts, they not only set the pace for the rest of the nation, they also inspired three brothers born and raised in the Pacific N...

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B M F Washington
Raymond WA
2663


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Green Relief
Seattle WA
765
High-quality natural medicines. Compassionate service. We ship anywhere in the U.S.
Weve been around the Emerald City of Seattle, Washington for some time, but now you can access us online. We are a collective that grows, uses and dispenses high quality medicine in several s...



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Island Girls Healing Herbs
Vancouver WA
351
Island Girls Healing Herbs


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Virtual Services
Bellingham
2839


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Julies Market Menu
Seattle
2764


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Octopus Garden
Quilcene
2733


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Munchies Edibles
Tacoma
2732
Our Mission is to provide top quality, gourmet medicinal edibles and other products that promote wellness and customer satisfaction

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Nanas Secret
Everett
2731
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The Joint Blog | January 16, 2018
 Washington Lawmakers Pass Legislation to Legalize Personal Marijuana Cultivation


Anthony Martinelli

Washington States House Commerce and Gaming Committee has passed legislation that would allow those 21 and older to grow marijuana for personal use.
House Bill 2559, filed by Representatives Brian Blake D and Cary Condotta R, would authorize an adult age 21 or over to possess six or less marijuana plants and up to 24-ounces of useable marijuana harvested from the plants. The measure specifies that no more than six marijuana plants may be grown or possessed on the premises of a single housing unit under the authorization, regardless of the number of residents living on the premises. House Bill 2559 must now pass through a second committee before it can be voted on by the full House of Representatives. If approved by the....
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The Joint Blog | January 17, 2018
 Washington Committee Approves Bill Prohibiting Cities from Banning Medical Marijuana Cooperatives


Anthony Martinelli

Legislation that would prohibit cities in Washington State from banning or adding new regulations to medical marijuana cooperatives was passed yesterday through its initial legislative committee.
House Bill 2471 was approved yesterday by the House Commerce and Gaming Committee. The measure, filed by Representative Steve Kirby D, would make it so that Counties, cities, and towns are prohibited from enacting any regulations pertaining to medical marijuana cooperatives absent an express grant of authority from the state. Under the proposal, state law regarding coops which allows 10 patients to come together to grow and share cannabis at a share location preempt all city laws. This is important given that several cities in the state have placed bans or moratoriums on....
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The Joint Blog | January 11, 2018
 Washington State Bill Would Legalize Medical Marijuana Deliveries


Anthony Martinelli

Legislation that would legalize the delivery of marijuana and marijuana products to qualified patients has been introduced in Washingtons House of Representatives.
The measure, House Bill 2574, was introduced by Representative Shelley Kloba D along with a bipartisan coalition of 11 other lawmakers. The bill would establish a medical marijuana delivery endorsement to the marijuana retailers license that authorizes the holder to provide marijuana home delivery services to qualifying medical marijuana patients age 21 or over, or to designated providers, and Authorizes qualifying medical marijuana patients to place delivery orders for marijuana products with a qualifying retailer over the telephone or by Internet. The proposal Requires t....
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The Washington Post | January 5
 A look at prosecutors who will decide on marijuana crackdown
Bryan Schroder
Bryan Schroder
(image:Mark Thiessen, File/Associated Press)
Mark Thiessen
Attorney General Jeff Sessions has put the top federal prosecutors in states with recreational marijuana back in charge of deciding whether to press pot cases there. Heres a look at those U.S. attorneys, how they came to their jobs and their background: ALASKA Name: Bryan Schroder Appointment: Nominated by President Donald Trump in July and confirmed by the Senate in November. Background: Schroder has worked for the U.S. attorneys office for more than 12 years, prosecuting cases involving violent crime, drugs, tax evasion, environmental crimes and other offenses. He s....
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The Washington Post | January 4
 Sessions is rescinding Obama-era directive for feds to back off marijuana enforcement in states with legal pot
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is rescinding an Obama-era directive that discouraged enforcement of federal marijuana laws in states that had legalized the substance, according to people familiar with the decision.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is rescinding an Obama-era directive that discouraged enforcement of federal marijuana laws in states that had legalized the substance, according to people familiar with the decision.
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Matt Zapotosky and Sari Horwitz
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is rescinding an Obama-era directive that discouraged enforcement of federal marijuana laws in states that had legalized the substance, according to people familiar with the decision. The move potentially paves the way for the federal government to crack down on the burgeoning pot industry though the precise impact remains to be seen. Marijuana already was illegal under U.S. law, even as federal prosecutors had been advised against bringing cases involving it in states that approved its use and sale. The people who described Sessionss decis....
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Marijuana Business Daily | 1/3/18
 Delay in Washington states marijuana seed-to-sale system causes diversion concerns


Bart Schaneman
Washington state marijuana businesses wont have a government-run seed-to-sale tracking program for at least another month, causing industry insiders to worry that the prolonged delay could lead to diversion and other compliance issues. The states Liquor and Cannabis Board was planning to implement Denver-based MJ Freeways Leaf Data Systems on Jan. 1 but instead has delayed the target rollout date to Feb. 1. Part of the problem is that only four of the software integrators are ready to work with Leaf Data Systems. The integrators are third-party providers that help retail....
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