Tedd Wetherbee formed The Alliance to Protect I-502 this year to urge “yes” votes on Pierce County’s advisory vote on marijuana businesses. Wetherbee and partner Mike Henery own two retail marijuana stores in unincorporated Pierce County. Photo taken on Monday, April 4, 1016.
Tedd Wetherbee formed The Alliance to Protect I-502 this year to urge “yes” votes on Pierce County’s advisory vote on marijuana businesses. 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
Tedd Wetherbee formed The Alliance to Protect I-502 this year to urge “yes” votes on Pierce County’s advisory vote on marijuana businesses. 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

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