State gets 48 applications to grow, process, sell marijuana in Whatcom County

 

Bellingham Herald

The state Liquor Control Board has so far received 23 applications from businesses that want to grow marijuana in Whatcom County.

Read more at the Bellingham Herald: http://www.bellinghamherald.com/2013/11/26/3340381/state-gets-48-applications-to.html

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