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Legal pot shops in Washington state: where to find them

About two dozen stores have been given licences to sell pot so far in Washington state, but a shortage of supply means not all of them are open yet.

On July 8 two dozen licensed shops became eligible to sell marijuana for legal recreational use

About two dozen stores have been given licences to sell pot so far in Washington state, but a shortage of supply means not all of them are open yet.

In order to buy pot you must be at least 21 years old, but you can not legally smoke it in public.

Canadians can still be barred from travelling to the United States by border officials if they admit they are planning to buy or use marijuana while in the U.S.

Eventually state officials plan to licence more than 300 shops.

Google Maps Engine: Washington State marijuana retailers

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