Kevin Chambers, with a portrait of grandfather Raymond H. Ross, stands on the Bremerton property where his family wants a casino. The small parcel is in the middle of controversy as descendants of the woman to whom it was deeded propose building a 34,000-square-foot Indian casino.
UPDATE - 09:41 PM
Rocky start for pot stores in Washington
Seattle has only one marijuana store. Others have been delayed by limited locations, short supply, city code issues and unprepared applicants.
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