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Liquor Control Board: Tacoma Dispensary Busted For Marijuana Beer

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TACOMA, Wash. (AP) - The state Liquor Control Board says a Tacoma medical marijuana outlet sold "cannabis enriched" beer to a minor.
    
The board says it organized a covert buy with the help of the Pierce County sheriff's office, and an underage informant bought three bottles of "cannabis enriched honey beer" from the Hashford Compassion club.
    
The News Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/ShhORF ) the club does not have a license to sell alcohol. Officials are pursuing the case as a liquor sales violation.
    
Cases of the beer were seized Friday as evidence.


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