A "dabbing" kit, best known as a way to vaporize marijuana, that's  sold by a Miami smoke shop and carries the "Miami-Dab County" brand. Miami-Dade County, which has a logo that looks the same, sent a stern letter to the shop in May demanding the product be discontinued. The proprietor said it doesn't sell very well, anyway.
A "dabbing" kit, best known as a way to vaporize marijuana, that's sold by a Miami smoke shop and carries the "Miami-Dab County" brand. Miami-Dade County, which has a logo that looks the same, sent a stern letter to the shop in May demanding the product be discontinued. The proprietor said it doesn't sell very well, anyway. Douglas Hanks dhanks@miamiherald.com
A "dabbing" kit, best known as a way to vaporize marijuana, that's sold by a Miami smoke shop and carries the "Miami-Dab County" brand. Miami-Dade County, which has a logo that looks the same, sent a stern letter to the shop in May demanding the product be discontinued. The proprietor said it doesn't sell very well, anyway. Douglas Hanks dhanks@miamiherald.com

Miami smoke shops are selling county-themed paraphernalia. Enter the lawyers.

July 06, 2018 11:59 AM