Tedd Wetherbee, listens during a hearing in Pierce County Superior Court, Friday, Aug. 29, 2014, in Tacoma, Wash. Wetherbee filed a lawsuit against Pierce County Jan. 7, 2016 alleging the County Council violated the law when it sought to ban marijuana businesses from Mountain Highway in east Pierce County because of the road’s designation as a scenic and recreational highway. Wetherbee and his business partner are in the process of opening their second retail marijuana store on the highway near Spanaway.
Tedd Wetherbee, listens during a hearing in Pierce County Superior Court, Friday, Aug. 29, 2014, in Tacoma, Wash. Wetherbee filed a lawsuit against Pierce County Jan. 7, 2016 alleging the County Council violated the law when it sought to ban marijuana businesses from Mountain Highway in east Pierce County because of the road’s designation as a scenic and recreational highway. Wetherbee and his business partner are in the process of opening their second retail marijuana store on the highway near Spanaway. Ted S. Warren AP/File, 2014
Tedd Wetherbee, listens during a hearing in Pierce County Superior Court, Friday, Aug. 29, 2014, in Tacoma, Wash. Wetherbee filed a lawsuit against Pierce County Jan. 7, 2016 alleging the County Council violated the law when it sought to ban marijuana businesses from Mountain Highway in east Pierce County because of the road’s designation as a scenic and recreational highway. Wetherbee and his business partner are in the process of opening their second retail marijuana store on the highway near Spanaway. Ted S. Warren AP/File, 2014

Recreational marijuana businessmen sue Pierce County

January 08, 2016 8:41 AM