The Alliance to Protect I-502, which is spearheaded by Tedd Wetherbee, purchased this billboard near the intersection of Pacific Avenue and 100th Street South in Tacoma. “We wanted to get the word out so people can cast their ballots,” said Wetherbee of the billboard. “I’d rather be spending this money on growing my business.” The group supports lifting the ban on marijuana sales in Pierce County. Wetherbee and partner Mike Henery own two retail marijuana stores in unincorporated Pierce County. Photo taken on Monday, April 4, 1016.
The Alliance to Protect I-502, which is spearheaded by Tedd Wetherbee, purchased this billboard near the intersection of Pacific Avenue and 100th Street South in Tacoma. “We wanted to get the word out so people can cast their ballots,” said Wetherbee of the billboard. “I’d rather be spending this money on growing my business.” The group supports lifting the ban on marijuana sales in Pierce County. Wetherbee and partner Mike Henery own two retail marijuana stores in unincorporated Pierce County. Photo taken on Monday, April 4, 1016. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
The Alliance to Protect I-502, which is spearheaded by Tedd Wetherbee, purchased this billboard near the intersection of Pacific Avenue and 100th Street South in Tacoma. “We wanted to get the word out so people can cast their ballots,” said Wetherbee of the billboard. “I’d rather be spending this money on growing my business.” The group supports lifting the ban on marijuana sales in Pierce County. Wetherbee and partner Mike Henery own two retail marijuana stores in unincorporated Pierce County. Photo taken on Monday, April 4, 1016. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

Marijuana vote: Will pot sales soon be legal in Pierce County?

April 05, 2016 05:20 PM

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