How marijuana growers are turning a profit off marijuana

Pot is a growing industry in Washington state.

It has been legalized in four states and three territories.

A Washington State law was signed in October allowing marijuana for medical purposes.

The state’s governor, Jay Inslee, said that the pot industry is booming, but he did not provide statistics.

The U.S. has one of the highest rates of marijuana use in the world, but marijuana is only legal for medical use.

Inslee and other advocates argue that it is the wrong approach to legalization that will only fuel more drug use and addiction.

But some in the industry believe they have made a profit.

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board reports that pot growers have made about $6 million in profits since recreational sales began in January 2018.

Inslees office said it does not track revenue.

The business has been doing well, he said, but that is because of the lack of regulation.

Insler says there are two reasons for the success of the industry: a lack of enforcement, and the legal status of the drug itself.

The Drug Enforcement Administration says marijuana is an illegal drug, and it is against the law to grow, distribute, manufacture, sell or transport marijuana.

Insling says he does not believe that the drug is dangerous.

“It is a drug that has been around for a long time and has been studied, and is being studied, by experts, scientists and doctors.

It is safe,” he said.

Inslers office says it has collected data on the profits made by growers in the marijuana industry, and says it is not accurate.

Marijuana growers in Washington say they do not want to be known as the state that grows marijuana.

They are doing it as a business.

“There is a lot of money in the pot business, but we are doing the right thing for our kids and for our community, Inslee said.

But others in the business say that the profits are not accurate and that it should be illegal to grow marijuana.

That is to grow our own, we are going to do it legally and we are not going to be allowed to sell it to anybody,” said David Miller, who owns the Emerald State Pot Farm in Seattle. “

I would love to see a law that allowed us to do what we are supposed to be doing.

That is to grow our own, we are going to do it legally and we are not going to be allowed to sell it to anybody,” said David Miller, who owns the Emerald State Pot Farm in Seattle.

Miller said the growers have been making a profit on every product sold.

“We have been able to keep the price down,” he added.

“But I also think that we should be allowed and encouraged to grow and sell what we want, because the government has to regulate that.

It’s the way to regulate the industry.”

Miller said it is also a misconception that the money made from marijuana is being passed to law enforcement.

He said the money has been used for drug treatment and prevention programs.

“The money that we have spent is going to help people,” Miller said.

“Our children are going back to school and they’re going to have a better life.”

Inslee says the legalization bill that is currently being considered in Washington would not make it legal to grow cannabis for recreational purposes.

It would allow pot to be grown by private growers for recreational cultivation, which Inslee has opposed.

Insley says that would put growers in a legal position, but it would also put more money in their pockets.

“They’re going after all these people who are working hard, and they want to make a profit,” Inslee told WUSA9.

Miller and other growers say that they have been doing it for decades.

“These are good people who want to help the people of this state,” Miller told KIRO-TV.

“This is not a marijuana industry that is going out of business, this is a legitimate industry.”

Insler also said that legalization is not about money.

“You know, I think it’s a great idea, and I think there are people who say, ‘I want to buy weed.

I want to grow it.’

I’m not a pothead.

I don’t smoke it.

I’m going to smoke a joint,” he told KROQ.

Miller says he has a small business in Washington, but not enough to make the money he needs to pay for treatment.

Inslin says he is not the person to tell the state how to grow its own weed.

“When you legalize it, we get it in our own backyard, and we have to regulate it,” Inslin said.