A customer examines buds of medical marijuana in air-tight candy jars at Triple C Cannabis Club in Tacoma in 2016. After state voters approved Initiative 502 six years ago, Tacoma was among the first Puget Sound governments to establish rules. Others have taken their time, and several have prohibited pot shops altogether. Eatonville now appears headed toward a ban.
A customer examines buds of medical marijuana in air-tight candy jars at Triple C Cannabis Club in Tacoma in 2016. After state voters approved Initiative 502 six years ago, Tacoma was among the first Puget Sound governments to establish rules. Others have taken their time, and several have prohibited pot shops altogether. Eatonville now appears headed toward a ban. Peter Haley News Tribune file photo
A customer examines buds of medical marijuana in air-tight candy jars at Triple C Cannabis Club in Tacoma in 2016. After state voters approved Initiative 502 six years ago, Tacoma was among the first Puget Sound governments to establish rules. Others have taken their time, and several have prohibited pot shops altogether. Eatonville now appears headed toward a ban. Peter Haley News Tribune file photo