And just like that...it's gone. At least temporarily. As predicted, Seattle's first legal pot shop, Cannabis City, has run out of marijuana products just three days after opening. Since they've got nothing to sell, they're closing the doors until July 21 when, presumably, the next round of deliveries will be made.
Weed sales were fairly limited across the entire state this week, with only five stores opened their doors with product to sell. 300 pounds of salable weed were made available, which might sound like a lot but, clearly, isn't enough to meet Washington State's demand for getting high legally.
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