The legal sale of recreational marijuana is underway in Washington State and across the nation.
It’s a big change for the state, but one that could have a big impact on marijuana businesses.
The state is the first in the nation to allow recreational marijuana sales and cultivation, and the first to allow marijuana to be taxed and regulated.
Washington is also the only state in the country to legalize recreational pot, meaning marijuana will be sold at all retail outlets and through the state’s new mail-order system.
The new system, known as marijuana tax-free, was approved in November by voters.
In addition to marijuana sales, the new system allows retailers to offer marijuana to customers for free.
The marijuana tax free program has been hailed by some as the first step toward the full legalization of marijuana in the U.S.
A recent Washington Post article, which was originally published earlier this year, explained how marijuana tax Free could be implemented in the state.
The Post article noted that the system is expected to reduce crime and provide revenue to local governments.
Under the tax-Free program, businesses in the City of Spokane and Spokane County will have the ability to set up and operate their own sales and delivery programs.
The county’s tax revenue will be used to pay for the operation of the program.
The newspaper wrote that the program will also allow Spokane to continue to grow its marijuana crop.
The program will allow the county to continue its existing medical marijuana program, as well as expand its marijuana cultivation program, which allows growers to cultivate up to 20,000 plants per year, according to the newspaper.
The state has a marijuana tax rate of 12.5 percent, meaning the average marijuana consumer in Washington would pay just over $100 for the month of July.
As of June, the state had taxed marijuana at 6.25 percent.
State lawmakers have approved $10 million in additional tax revenue, and an additional $3.6 million in funding from the federal government to continue the program, according, according the Post.
A new marijuana tax law passed in October of 2016, however, cut the state tax rate to 7.75 percent.
The new tax law also made marijuana a taxable commodity.
The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board, which oversees the marijuana industry, released its new Marijuana Tax Free Strategy on Thursday.
The strategy outlined a set of initiatives that will address some of the concerns raised by the marijuana tax revenue.
The strategy includes several goals for the marijuana economy, including expanding access to affordable and safe marijuana and protecting children from harmful use, according.
Currently, the marijuana market is still illegal in Washington, with no state law in place to protect children from the effects of marijuana.
States that legalize recreational marijuana, such as Colorado, Oregon, Alaska and Washington, will continue to see marijuana use skyrocket, according Toomey said.
But, as Colorado’s sales increase, it is important to remember that recreational marijuana does not directly impact the marijuana supply chain.
A report released last year by the University of Colorado Medical School said that in Colorado, marijuana cultivation is largely controlled by the state of Colorado, which is one of the states that has legalized recreational marijuana.
The report said that the growth of Colorado’s recreational marijuana market could result in more marijuana cultivation in the future, and that this will ultimately lead to a decrease in demand for marijuana.