Glowing green backlighting illuminates paraphernalia at Green Collar, a retail marijuana business in Parkland. Green Collar has a state license and has met some county requirements. It has stayed open while awaiting a conditional-use permit after the county lifts its marijuana ban this summer. A Pierce County advisory vote on Tuesday made things more complicated, however.
Glowing green backlighting illuminates paraphernalia at Green Collar, a retail marijuana business in Parkland. Green Collar has a state license and has met some county requirements. It has stayed open while awaiting a conditional-use permit after the county lifts its marijuana ban this summer. A Pierce County advisory vote on Tuesday made things more complicated, however. Drew Perine News Tribune file photo
Glowing green backlighting illuminates paraphernalia at Green Collar, a retail marijuana business in Parkland. Green Collar has a state license and has met some county requirements. It has stayed open while awaiting a conditional-use permit after the county lifts its marijuana ban this summer. A Pierce County advisory vote on Tuesday made things more complicated, however. Drew Perine News Tribune file photo

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