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Washington considers the sticky politics of homegrown pot

Washington considers the sticky politics of homegrown pot

October 3, 2017 |

Of the eight states with legal weed, only Washington forbids recreational home-growing.

That may change. State lawmakers directed the Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB) to come up with a recommendation on home-growing by Dec. 1. The agency begins taking feedback on its proposals at a public hearing Wednesday in Olympia.

Early reviews are mixed, at best. Some ardent weed advocates already oppose the LCB’s options as too restrictive. You don’t need a state permit and tracking system to grow tomato plants, or for home brewing, they say. But the LCB would require those for a maximum of four homegrown cannabis plants.

Washington considers the sticky politics of homegrown pot






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