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Washington medical cannabis laws



Washington medical cannabis laws


Are you looking to set up a medical cannabis business in Washington?  Before you can establish your own business, it is essential to become acquainted with the Washington medical cannabis laws.  There are many people who want to establish their own businesses and entering the cannabis industry is not as simple as it appears to be.  The Washington medical cannabis laws are stringent and here’s a look at what some of the requirements are that people must meet before they can even think about taking a step into the industry. 


First of all, an interested candidate must be over the age of 21 to start a cannabis business or work in the cannabis industry.  To set up a business, the candidate must be a resident of Washington Because background checks will be conducted on potential business owners and dispensary owners, it is essential that the candidate does not have a criminal background.  This means that the candidate must not have been convicted of a felony, especially one that is related to controlled substances.   In fact, candidates must not be assisted or financed by any person that has a criminal background.  Police officers, prosecuting officers and sheriffs cannot enter the cannabis industry. 


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