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Washington Starts Accepting Applications for Recreational Marijuana Licenses


On Monday, Washington State will begin accepting applications from individuals  hoping to obtain a license to operate a recreational marijuana business.  Applications will be accepted from hopeful growers, shop owners, and edible companies.


For a period of thirty days, the state will accept applications.  “This is a historic first,” said Beverly Crichfield of the Department of Revenue, which will start accepting the special marijuana business license applications Monday morning. They’ll be processed and forwarded to the Liquor Control Board for review, and should be issued early next year.


Crichfield said the Revenue Department, which will be the first stop for license applications for would-be marijuana businesses, has seen a noticeable uptick in queries about the licenses in the past week, both over the phone and in person.


There’s also been an increase in the number of people trying to register as a marijuana business without the special form. They’re being told to wait until the form is available after 8 a.m. Monday.  Despite interest, Crichfield was unsure of what type of volume to expect.


Interested individuals can learn more about the state’s application process here.


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