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Appeals Court sides with county on marijuana case; Sticky Budz moves to Union Gap

Appeals Court sides with county on marijuana case; Sticky Budz moves to Union Gap

 

A three-member panel of the state’s Court of Appeals has sided with Yakima County in its efforts to shut down Sticky Budz, a Lower Valley cannabis business.

The court released its unpublished opinion in the matter Tuesday morning, saying the county is within its legal authority to ban recreational marijuana businesses from unincorporated areas.

But the decision has become moot at least for the business, which recently moved operations to Union Gap, where recreational marijuana establishments are allowed.

Appeals Court sides with county on marijuana case; Sticky Budz moves to Union Gap

 






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