This is a question that you need a local Washington state attorney, who specializes in Marijuana law to answer. I am guessing the answer is 1 per person or business entity, but I am not completely sure. You need to hire an attorney to help you navigate this complex regulatory minefield. Marijuana law is fraught with peril and traps, so you really need an attorney with you every step of the way, less you be labeled a drug trafficker and charged with a federal crime. Hire an attorney and have them look over everything you do.
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In Washington State, no person or entity can have an interest in more than 3 marijuana licenses. However, there are additional limitations. Currently, the WSLCB has limited that number down to 1 for producing licenses. Additionally, a person or entity cannot have an interest in both a retail and either a producing or processing license. So, in general, you can have an interest in 3 retail licenses, or a maximum of 1 producing license and 2 processing licenses.
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