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In South Sound, collective shrug over feds’ decision to keep pot on most dangerous list

In South Sound, collective shrug over feds’ decision to keep pot on most dangerous list

AUGUST 11, 2016 | CRAIG SAILOR

Gov. Jay Inslee and South Sound marijuana users alike said they were disappointed Thursday by the Drug Enforcement Administration’s refusal to downgrade marijuana from its current status as a dangerous drug.

Meanwhile, the announcement drew a collective shrug from pot shop owners and local government officials who said it won’t affect how Washington pot shops operate or how they are regulated.

In South Sound, collective shrug over feds’ decision to keep pot on most dangerous list





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