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Anchorage pot shop gets first warning for alleged violation


JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – The state

is advising marijuana shops to be cautious in how they conduct business after issuing a warning to an Anchorage business that allegedly violated pot regulations.

The Alaska Marijuana Control

Board decided Thursday not to

prosecute Arctic Herbery for the first alleged violation of Alaska’s

commercial marijuana rules. The shop’s owner, Bryant Thorpe, said

he was “delighted with the board’s decision.’’ But he declined to discuss the matter further, citing ongoing discussions with the Municipality of Anchorage.

The decision comes after KTUU-TV...

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