Nick Cihlar, co-owner of Subdued Excitement Inc., checks his plants at his marijuana growing company in Ferndale April 13, 2015. A new University of Washington study says the state has enough legal growing operations to meet demand, so applications for new ones likely will be denied.
Nick Cihlar, co-owner of Subdued Excitement Inc., checks his plants at his marijuana growing company in Ferndale April 13, 2015. A new University of Washington study says the state has enough legal growing operations to meet demand, so applications for new ones likely will be denied. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com
Nick Cihlar, co-owner of Subdued Excitement Inc., checks his plants at his marijuana growing company in Ferndale April 13, 2015. A new University of Washington study says the state has enough legal growing operations to meet demand, so applications for new ones likely will be denied. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com

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