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The Liquor and Cannabis Board Just Lost a Court Case—To a String of Christmas Lights

The Liquor and Cannabis Board Just Lost a Court Case—To a String of Christmas Lights

Lester Black | Dec 20, 2019

Government regulations can sometimes feel insurmountable, but occasionally the most unlikely of sources can bring them toppling to the ground. That happened recently when a local pot shop’s Christmas lights became entangled in Washington’s stringent cannabis regulations. The Christmas lights fought the law, and the law did not win. In fact, the law lost so badly that the law doesn’t even exist anymore.

This story begins in November of last year when the Hashtag Cannabis pot shop in Redmond decided to celebrate the holidays by hanging a string of Christmas lights that spelled the word “POT” in their window. A bit low-brow in the world of holiday decorations but nonetheless a legal way for the shop to both promote their store and celebrate the holidays.

The Liquor and Cannabis Board Just Lost a Court Case—To a String of Christmas Lights






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