Is That Legal? Man In Grateful Dead Bear Suit Advertises For Medical Marijuana On Port Angeles Streets — Port Angeles Port Townsend Sequim Forks Jefferson County Clallam County Olympic Peninsula Daily News

Liquor board spokesman Brian Smith noted that his agency has no control over medical marijuana. He said his agency is working to determine limits on advertising for the retail marijuana outlets expected to open in July. Advertising and marketing is an area with a lot of questions and not necessarily straightforward answers at this point, Smith said. We can point to the law and the rules, but a lot of advertising falls under the First Amendment. For now, the liquor board is asking recreational marijuana businesses to submit advertising plans to them for review so they can set up advertising standards. Recreational marijuana stores have been approved for sites in Forks, Discovery Bay, Port Angeles, Port Townsend and Sequim. West did not foresee a proliferation of marijuana businesses advertising street-side.
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