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A $3,600 cigar: New luxury marijuana shop set to open Seattle flagship store (Photos)

SEATTLE — It is four years behind schedule, but the flagship Diego Pellicer marijuana retail store is finally opening. Passing its final inspection at the end of September, the premium marijuana brand's first retail store now has the green light. It is scheduled to open Oct. 7 at 2215 Fourth Ave. S. in Seattle's Sodo neighborhood. "It has been a long bloody road, it really has," said Dougl
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