Tacoma’s First Marijuana Dispensary Closed Over $1.4 Million In Back Taxes

Published: Feb 9, 2018, 12:54 pm • Updated: Feb 9, 2018, 12:54 pm By The Associated Press TACOMA, Wash. — The Washington state Liquor and Cannabis Board has canceled the license of Tacoma’s first marijuana retailer because of a $1.4 million delinquent tax bill. The News Tribune reports the board officials canceled the license Wednesday. Board spokesman Mikhail Carpenter says Tacoma police and board officers seized all marijuana products at Rainier on Pine, also known as Xander’s Green Goods, after the retailer was given multiple administrative violation notices. Related storiesSeattle clears marijuana convictions, following San Francisco leadWholesale cannabis prices hit historic lows in January, but don’t blame SessionsSessions’ marijuana moves slammed by Washington State leaders Documents show the board moved to deny owner Alexander Rodriguez’s marijuana license in March 2017 because he was delinquent in paying nearly $768,000 in marijuana excise taxes starting in 2016. That...



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