A patient examines some marijuana in December 2015 in owner/operator Christy Stanley’s medical marijuana collective, The Green Tiki Cannabis Company, in Tacoma. Rules governing medical marijuana are set to go into effect July 1, 2016, but the state says a database of patients may not be ready in time.
A patient examines some marijuana in December 2015 in owner/operator Christy Stanley’s medical marijuana collective, The Green Tiki Cannabis Company, in Tacoma. Rules governing medical marijuana are set to go into effect July 1, 2016, but the state says a database of patients may not be ready in time. Peter Haley Staff photographer
A patient examines some marijuana in December 2015 in owner/operator Christy Stanley’s medical marijuana collective, The Green Tiki Cannabis Company, in Tacoma. Rules governing medical marijuana are set to go into effect July 1, 2016, but the state says a database of patients may not be ready in time. Peter Haley Staff photographer

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