Tedd Wetherbee,in front a billboard in April 2016 he bought in an attempt to defeat an advisory vote on legal marijuana sales in Pierce County, plans to add his to his pot shop empire by opening a store in Fife following the settlement of his lawsuit against that city.
Tedd Wetherbee,in front a billboard in April 2016 he bought in an attempt to defeat an advisory vote on legal marijuana sales in Pierce County, plans to add his to his pot shop empire by opening a store in Fife following the settlement of his lawsuit against that city. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Tedd Wetherbee,in front a billboard in April 2016 he bought in an attempt to defeat an advisory vote on legal marijuana sales in Pierce County, plans to add his to his pot shop empire by opening a store in Fife following the settlement of his lawsuit against that city. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

Two marijuana retailers opening soon in city that still bans cannabis sales

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