March 1, 2015

Top D.C. pot activist plans to reopen Capitol Hemp in Adams Morgan

The Washington Post
If the D.C. government hadn’t forced him to shutter his Capitol Hemp shop in 2012, Adam Eidinger, who spearheaded efforts to legalize possession of marijuana through a citywide vote in November, says marijuana would not be legal in the District come Thursday.

And now, more than two years later, Eidinger said he plans to reopen the store, which once again will sell hemp products, bongs, vaporizers and other products related to the soon-to-be-legal plant. According to Eidinger, who chairs the DC Cannabis Campaign, a lease for a 1,200-square-foot shop in the 1700 block of Columbia Road NW should be finalized in a week.

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