Phoenix Vapor Cafe company CEO Dave Buckley, along with longtime employee Myka Grandy and President John Conner, from left, don’t find the pending new state regulations onerous as requirements such as child-proof merchandise and age-checking customers have been done at the Olympia store since it opened.
Phoenix Vapor Cafe company CEO Dave Buckley, along with longtime employee Myka Grandy and President John Conner, from left, don’t find the pending new state regulations onerous as requirements such as child-proof merchandise and age-checking customers have been done at the Olympia store since it opened. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Phoenix Vapor Cafe company CEO Dave Buckley, along with longtime employee Myka Grandy and President John Conner, from left, don’t find the pending new state regulations onerous as requirements such as child-proof merchandise and age-checking customers have been done at the Olympia store since it opened. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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