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2015 Seattle HEMPFEST
Seattle WA
3379
The Seattle HEMPFEST Protestival is the worlds largest annual cannabis protest rally. Celebrating its 23rd anniversary, Seattle Hempfest features six stages of music, world renowned speakers, hundreds of food, arts, crafts and political booths.
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Doctor and Crook Co.
Bellingham WA
15164
Producer & Extractor Sungrown, pesticide-free, full extraction laboratory. Prescribing good times. By following you confirm youre 21 & will not share with users under 21.
MULTIPLE STRAINS OF FLOWERSWe grow a wide variety of Indica, Sativa and Hybrid strains, that are well-suit...

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Nw Cannabis Classic Tacoma
Tacoma WA
3434
Tacoma is the second stop on the NW Cannabis Classic tour and offers a cant miss experience for vendors and visitors alike, complete with innovative product demos, vibrant vendors, informative seminars, live music, lucrative networking opportunities, and undeniable excitement it...
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Cultivation Management Symposium
Seattle WA
3227
This three-day conference will showcase presentations from leaders in the cannabis cultivation arena. From horticulture techniques to the best business practices of running a grow, the cultivation management symposium will bring together the best and brightest from around the cou...
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The Seattle Times | April 27, 2018
 Seattle asks court to dismiss misdemeanor marijuana convictions from before legalization
Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes, left, looks on as Mayor Jenny Durkan speaks at a news conference announcing plans for the city to move to vacate misdemeanor marijuana possession convictions,
Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes, left, looks on as Mayor Jenny Durkan speaks at a news conference announcing plans for the city to move to vacate misdemeanor marijuana possession convictions,
(image:AP Photo/Elaine Thompson WAET102 WAET102 Elaine Thompson / The Associated Press)
Daniel Beekman
Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes filed a motion Friday asking the Seattle Municipal Court to vacate all convictions and dismiss all charges for misdemeanor marijuana possession that were prosecuted in a period before pot was legalized statewide. In a statement, Holmes called the motion one small step to right the injustices of a drug war that has primarily targeted people of color. As we see marijuana sold in retail storefronts today, people who simply had a joint in their pocket a decade ago still have a red mark on their records, he said. The motion argues the court s....
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