News Oct 14, 2015 at 4:00 am

The Swift Shutdown of Seattle's First Cannabis Cafe Shows the City's Hands Are Tied by State Law

"If people had complaints about us, we never heard them. Most of the time what we heard was 'Thank you for doing this.'" Kelly O


to ReHash, Club Zero opened 1st & then the State made it a class-c felony to have a cafe. Beyond federal laws, Washington State isn't making it easy for "Traditional" (Brick & Mortar) Cafes to do business, but they'll never get the genie back in the bottle!

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