Karen Siu, a bud tender with Emerald Leaves, displays two varieties of marijuana, Black Cherry OG and Connie Chung, to customers Kayla Dearborn and Levi Henderson in Tacoma on Jan. 5. The retail dispensary on Sixth Avenue has been approved to also sell medical marijuana beginning July 1.
Karen Siu, a bud tender with Emerald Leaves, displays two varieties of marijuana, Black Cherry OG and Connie Chung, to customers Kayla Dearborn and Levi Henderson in Tacoma on Jan. 5. The retail dispensary on Sixth Avenue has been approved to also sell medical marijuana beginning July 1. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Karen Siu, a bud tender with Emerald Leaves, displays two varieties of marijuana, Black Cherry OG and Connie Chung, to customers Kayla Dearborn and Levi Henderson in Tacoma on Jan. 5. The retail dispensary on Sixth Avenue has been approved to also sell medical marijuana beginning July 1. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

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