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In Seattle’s SoDo neighborhood, another store opened at noon following a countdown. That store, Cannabis City, is the only store that will be selling legal pot in Seattle on Tuesday. A line started to form at 3 p.m. Monday when a 65-year-old retiree named Deb Greene showed up with a chair, sleeping bag, food, water and a 930-page book. “I voted for it, and I’m just so excited to see it come to be in my lifetime,” she said. “I’m not a heavy user, I’m just proud of our state for giving this a try.” For Oregonians the sale of recreational pot in Washington means easy access for many residents in that state. The closest legal pot shop to Portland opens Wednesday, just across the Columbia River in Vancouver.
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